stress and CHD friedman and rosenman

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  • interviewed 28 employees about family history or heart disease, eating habits, work levels, sleep and exercise. observed body language, ways of speaking and were catagorised as either type A or B personality
  • found no difference between stress and CHB levels in type A and B. type A had 6.8 clooting time where as type b had 7.2. type A had higher levels of choloestrol than type B. 28% of type A's were likely to develop…


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