A bad temper could be cured with an aspirin, say researchers in the US who have found that outbursts of anger may be linked to inflammation in the body.
Inflammation, when a part of the body swells because of harmful stimuli, was found to be greater in those with a psychiatric condition called "intermittent explosive disorder", or IED, say scientists.
They found more inflammation markers in the blood of those with very short fuses when compared to calmer people.
The research raises the possibility of anti-inflammatory drugs such as aspirin could be used as a literal "chill pill" to calm people down.
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