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If someone upsets you – you have two choices: You can either fly off the handle – or let it go. Here’s why researchers say you should let it go

•In a recent study, people who frequently fought or became enraged had double the risk of death from all causes.

•Meanwhile, letting things go is linked with better blood flow and a more efficient heartbeat.

That’s not to say that an occasional argument is going to kill you. But turning the other cheek may ultimately make you healthier.