Face turns red when we're angry, embarrassed, nervous, stressed or fearful. These all happen under the command of our overactive sympathetic nervous system.
Do you argue often? Chances are that you are likely to die young. Quibbles and squabbles do not merely make one angry, they take away one's glee and peace of mind, too and apparently leave him/her feeling exasperated and worried all the time.
A new study at the University of Yale has found the gene that plays role in this mechanism. The gene called REDD1 is responsible for triggering depression by enabling stress to damage brain cells.
Love hormone oxytocin has long been known for promoting the feelings of love and social interaction, but new study shows it also emotionally haunts you.