TYPE D" personality and its adverse effects on heart disease

We've all heard of hard-driving "type A" personalities and their higher risk of heart attack. Now you're going to hear about "TYPE D" personality and its adverse effects on heart disease.

Type D's tend to worry...have a gloomy outlook...keep things "bottled up"...and can become depressed and socially isolated.

New research suggests that mortality can be four times higher in heart attack survivors who have a "type D" personality.

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