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Brain activity 'key in stress link to heart disease'

BBC News Thursday, 12 January 2017 ()
Brain activity 'key in stress link to heart disease'Brain activity is key to why stress increases the risk of heart disease and stroke, a study suggests.
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News video: Experts discover new heart attack risk

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Scientists say they now have a better idea of how stress might cause strokes or heart attacks. A new Harvard study found the key is in the amygdala or the fear center of the brain. Scans from roughly 300 people showed that people with more activity i

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