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(UPI)   Researchers at the N.S. Sherlock Institute say cheerful, relaxed people have fewer heart attacks   (upi.com) divider line 9
    More: Obvious, coronary artery disease, sudden cardiac death, coronary disease, stents, Johns Hopkins University, bypass surgery, heart attacks  
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2013-07-11 02:58:59 PM  
Been proven at more places than just the N S Sherlock Inst!
 
2013-07-11 03:10:30 PM  
OH CRAP, I NEED TO HURRY AND GET HAPPY AND RELAXED, LIKE RIGHT NOW!!!
 
2013-07-11 03:47:54 PM  
More reason they deserve a good stabbing.
 
2013-07-11 04:32:26 PM  
mojoimage.com
 
2013-07-11 04:42:56 PM  
I began to submit this will an all-caps headline but I think I stroked out for a few minutes there
 
2013-07-11 05:28:14 PM  
I'm experiencing myocardial infarktion right now. Oh, Elizabeth..!
 
2013-07-11 05:40:36 PM  
They're the ones pissing everyone off!
 
2013-07-11 05:41:17 PM  

The Pope of Manwich Village: I'm experiencing myocardial infarktion right now. Oh, Elizabeth..!


The theme song is now playing in my head.

It's a good thing.

Gonna go learn how to play it.

Thanks.
 
2013-07-12 09:11:38 AM  
What about depressed, calm people?
 
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