All the Rage
Everyday, real-life varieties of rage, like road rage, air rage, and cubicle rage, aren't generally transmitted by biting, but are far more common than the 28 Days Later kind. Pop MD Mehmet Oz offers these smart strategies for dealing with rage, including the surprising finding that throwing alcohol on a fire may put it out:
"Having a drink when you're angry can be a good thing, because alcohol
calms your brain's executive center -- its reactionary autopilot."
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