Twitter is nice but if you twit others, in a barking, bawling or twiddling manner, then you are in for a great surprise. According to an upcoming study, you might be putting yourself in line for a place in the morgue. The research group from University of Pennsylvania has found strong connection between being hostile in twitting and suffering from coronary disease.
The research involving data taken from Twitter in 1,500 counties in the US, made a comparative study between the incidence of coronary disease and getting angry while using the social media.
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