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Relation between resting amygdalar activity and cardiovascular events: a longitudinal and cohort study

Dr Ahmed Tawakol, MD, Amorina Ishai, MD, Richard AP Takx, MD, Amparo L Figueroa, MD, Abdelrahman Ali, MD, Yannick Kaiser, BS, Quynh A Truong, MD, Chloe JE Solomon, BS, Claudia Calcagno, MD, Venkatesh Mani, PhD, Cheuk Y Tang, PhD, Prof Willem JM Mulder, PhD, James W Murrough, MD, Prof Udo Hoffmann, MD, Matthias Nahrendorf, MD, Lisa M Shin, PhD, Prof Zahi A Fayad, PhD, Prof Roger K Pitman, MD, ‘Relation between resting amygdalar activity and cardiovascular events: a longitudinal and cohort study’, http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(16)31714-7, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(16)31714-7, The Lancet (11 January 2017).

Emotional stressors

Findings provide novel insights into the mechanism through which emotional stressors can lead to cardiovascular disease in human beings.

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