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Why Your Spouse Could be a Pain in the Neck – Literally!

New research shows that fighting with your husband, wife, or significant other can have an effect on your health.

People who rage with anger are likely to develop problems like high blood pressure and chest pains. Those who stuff their anger and stew silently are more likely to develop muscular pains, particularly in the neck or back.

Researchers stress the need for better communication between spouses/partners and, if necessary, the use of a professional counselor or therapist to help.

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