Ditch the doctor and plug into Twitter to figure out if you'll come down with heart disease.
The social media network is a better indicator for heart disease than other better-known factors, a group of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have found.
According to findings published in the journal Psychological Science, researchers can geo-tag tweets and sort them by topics.
Angry tweets correlate with higher rates of heart disease, the Washington Post reported. Ergo, places with frequent tweets of the "f-bomb" are good indicators of stress -- and thus, heart disease.
But since people who use Twitter trend a little younger than people who die of heat disease, the research is instead an indicator of general goodwill -- or lack thereof -- in communities.