How to Stop Getting a Heart Attack on Twitter
Posted On August 3, 2021
A recent study has revealed that Twitter users have the highest risk of having a heart attack.
A study published in the journal BMC Public Health found that the risk of developing a heart condition on Twitter is twice as high as non-users.
It is worth noting that Twitter has recently been taking steps to clamp down on abuse.
The company has recently instituted an anti-abuse system in which users can report abusive users and receive a $500 reward if they are identified and blocked.
This new policy comes as part of a broader plan to combat abuse on the social network.
Twitter announced last week that it would ban the abuse of celebrities and influencers, which has resulted in celebrities, athletes, politicians, celebrities and others being more vocal about the dangers of Twitter abuse.