Some people sit and stew when they're ticked off at work, others scream. Guess who's healthier? This from the Independent
The old adage "Don't get mad, get even" may have to be rewritten as doctors have found that getting angry with your boss can be good for your heart. People treated unfairly at work who suffer in silence have twice the risk of a heart attack or dying of heart disease compared with those who vent their anger, researchers have discovered.
Of course, the article is careful to point out that what may be good for your health may not be so good for your career.