Medicine: Hurrying a Heart Attack

Do you explosively accentuate key words in your sentences when there is no real need to do so, or deliver the last few words of a sentence much faster than the first? Do you try to hurry someone else's speech by interjecting "Yes, yes!" or by finishing his sentences for him? Do you try to do more than one thing at a time—work out a problem while someone is talking to you, or dictate to a secretary while driving a car? Do you often clench your fist or pound the desk for emphasis? Do...

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