Here's What Your Tweets Are Really Saying About Your Heart

January 22, 2015 7:43 PM

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What are your tweets saying about your heart disease risk? Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania found that users who frequently used words like "hate" or expressed other negative emotions had a higher risk of cardiovascular issues. Those who also expressed boredom or having no reason to get out of bed were at a higher risk than counterparts.

Researchers found that Twitter data can actually be used to measure psychological and physiological well-being, overall.

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