Researchers at the Harvard Medical School found out that middle aged men who often suffered from migraine attacks had a 42 percent higher risk of having a heart attack. Another research showed that people in their thirties who have a short temper suffered more from heart disease at age 55 than those who were more mellow.
Also research has shown that people with gingivitis or infection of the gums have 25-50 percent higher risk to develop cardiovascular disease. And a three times higher chance of dying from the cardiovascular disease.
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