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Like to Fight? It Might Kill You Early

Arguing a lot may shave years off your life, says a new study. Researchers from Denmark found that  people who tend to fight with family, neighbors, friends and strangers are more likely to die in middle age. Stress is believed to play a large role for this disparity, writes USA Today. Who wants to tell the ladies from RHOA?

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