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December 22, 2013

Can Aspirin really be used to cool a bad temper?

Can Aspirin really be used to cool a bad temper?
By stockimages/freedigitalphotos.net
About 16 million Americans suffer from IED, which often causes road rage. (Thinkstock)The ever-so-annoying advice to "take a chill pill" might just ring true, according to a recent study that suggests anti-inflammatory medications such as Aspirin could reduce aggression in certain people.

Researchers from the University of Chicago and the University of Colorado claim to have found biological markers which show a connection between inflammation in the body and an anger-related condition called intermittent explosive disorder (IED).
"We don't yet know if the inflammation triggers aggression or aggressive feelings set off inflammation, but it's a powerful indication that the two are biologically connected, and a damaging combination," explains senior study author Dr. Emil Coccaro from the University of Chicago.
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