Previous studies have linked Type A behavior to other conditions, including heart disease(http://www.
Correlation is not necessarily causation, though - other factors associated with being Type A, like smoking and having high cholesterol, could be the key, rather than the Type A's self-stressing lifestyle.
Ken Bash, vice president of G-A's Philadelphia facility commented, "G-A is tremendously excited to join forces with Type A
Neurologists, ophthalmologists and other researchers have discovered over the past 15 years that minute doses of Type A
toxin produce a temporary, local paralysis that can provide relief to people affected by certain disorders in which excessive muscle contracting activity causes involuntary twisting, twitching and repetitive movements or abnormal postures.
The Type A
behavior pattern (TYABP) refers to an aggressive coping mode that incorporates some combination of workaholism, cynicism, hostility, polyphasia (doing and thinking more than one thing at a time), time urgency, competitiveness, and an excessive need for controlling outcomes in interpersonal relations.