Study Links Negative Tweets To More Heart Disease

According to a new study, tweets that convey negative emotions such as hate, hostility, or boredom correlate to higher rates of heart disease-related deaths in the surrounding community. What do you think?

“Well, then it’s a good thing that the vast majority of tweets are so positive and uplifting.”

Dave Cooper • Art Instructor


“But how else am I supposed to deal with my emotions other than throwing them carelessly into a void?”

Margaret Dalton • Systems Analyst

“Even if they do slowly kill everyone around you, it’s still kind of nice knowing that what you say on Twitter actually affects stuff.”

Michael St. George • Implosion Superviser