Men who cheat on their wives more likely to die of a heart attack
By Meghan Holohan
Your cheatin heart makes Hank Williams weep, but it might kill you.
Researchers in Italy examined monogamy among men and discovered an interesting correlation -- having an extramarital affair increases mens risk of having a deadly heart attack.
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Is it karma or guilt? payback is a *itch
This post is really funny I know it's a serious subject but I couldn't help
Heart attack, lead (or arsenic) poisoning, blood loss from the Bobbitt technique - what's the difference?
I have to wonder, though, if women suffer the same fate? Do cheating women have earlier heart attacks, or does it not stress them to cheat?
We're curious to learn what kind of results the same study would yield if the subjects were women. What do you think - would cheating wives also be more likely to die of a heart attack?
Any one who cheats inner conscious and involves in any immoral or non ethical activity is likely to suffer imbalance in function of heart/any organ.
Hang on... what are you saying mate?
Isn't a guy who's cheating, knowingly suffering from a conscious imbalance in the function of his organ anyway?
"Men who cheat on their wives more likely to die of a heart attack"
...especially if they get caught in the act.
"Cheating men frequently have affairs with younger partners and these men feel they have to drink, smoke, and eat more to keep up with their mistresses. All this adds up to increased heart rate, blood pressure, and anxiety, which can contribute to a heart attack."
So it might not be the extra-marital sex per se that's doing it, but cigarettes, booze and crap food. All of which are known risk factors for heart disease.
I'm sure there could have been better research projects to spend the money on.
What happened to the surveys that show great, hot and furiously delightful, regular physical exercise is good for your health?
Under those conditions... Surely Inactive or dud spouses/partners would be more detrimental than a full on daily bonking regime with another consenting and equally energetic body - irrespective of whether it is male or female, deemed to be 'cheating?'
by Rosie Rose 7 years ago
Who are more likely to cheat, men or women?
by Shannon 7 years ago
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by Jenny Pugh 4 years ago
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by affairdetector 4 months ago
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by accofranco 4 years ago
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by swilliams 4 years ago
The Definition of Unattractive is: as follows: plain, ugly, unappealing, unpleasant, hideous, unlovely, unprepossessing, unsightly, ghastly, revolting, repellent, repulsive, repugnant.However, can this description describe the personality of women who knowingly cheat with married men?
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