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Study Suggests 16 Million Drivers Suffer from Road Rage Disorder

June 13, 2006

CHICAGO – A new study suggests that as many as 16 million people suffer from an actual disease that contributes to road rage, according to the Web site www.wfmz.com. The disorders has been named “intermittent explosive disorder” by experts. And an expert at the University of Chicago says an “attitude adjustment” might not be enough to help drivers who have the disorder.
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