Latest Type D personality Stories
Heart patients with "distressed" (Type D) personality profile may face a higher risk of cardiovascular problems.
Heart patients with the "distressed" (Type D) personality profile may face a higher risk of future cardiovascular problems.
A preliminary study suggests that a negative, inhibited personality type (type D personality) appears to predict an increased risk of death among patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD), according to a new report.
People with coronary heart disease and a type D personality -- a propensity to experience negative feelings - have a considerably increased risk of having a heart attack, needing heart surgery or dying from heart disease, according to Belgian and Dutch researchers.