E-mail causes super soar away blood pressure

Aggressive
or threatening e-mails sent out to staff can create office negativity and even
make workers ill, according to research.

Employees
who receive these type of e-mails have been found to have higher blood pressure
than staff who receive them from equal or junior colleagues.

The
Sun newspaper reports that abusive e-mails can lead to higher blood pressure –
which in turn can cause strokes and damage to the kidneys, brain and eyes.

The
research was conducted by the Chilterns University College in Buckinghamshire.

By Ross Wigham

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