Recently, a study has been published linking anger to injury. Patients at hospitals in Boone County Missouri were asked about their feelings before an injury occured and found that an angry person was four times more likely to be injuried than one without ire. Health insurance costs are very high in the United States and with anger being more likely to land someone in the emergency room, this would relate to health care costs entirely. Many of the injuries are unnecessary because they occur in the home and can definately be prevented by controlling anger when using power tools for example. The article also reports that this trend in injuries doesn't apply to drivers as much because they can weigh the cost of repair bills if anger is negatively impacting their driving. This shows that that people understand the costs associated with uncontrolled anger, but are unable to see it when the cost would be to themselves as opposed to their vehicle. The obvious danger to people themselves can also be seen with one scientist named Bruce Banner, who was unable to control his rage. This rage made him into a hulk of man that would destroy his laboratory and injure the ones he loved. Anger definatly makes people do illogical things that end up costing them money in the long run, whether it is hitting your thumb with a hammer or breaking a window. How can these decisions be made even though they marginal costs severely outweigh their benefits?