Los Angeles is no stranger to traffic jams and road rage.
December 12, 2011 It's not unusual for awful traffic conditions or incompetent driving to make some people really angry behind the wheel. But researchers say there may be a biological component to road rage — one that can be tempered with medication and, yes, time outs.
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