Ridiculous Study of the Week: Low Heart Rate


A recent study in JAMA Psychiatry suggests low resting heart rate—that is, less than or equal to 60 beats per minute—is associated with antisocial behavior and may be a strong predictor of which young men are more likely to commit violent crimes later in life. And the media is all over this.  Anybody with any common sense out there buy this?  Well, if you do, then it’s time we start rounding up those marathon runners and cross fitters  They are bound to do some bad things.  Be on the look out.