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Focus on Having Healthy Heart To Face COVID

Amid the rising cases of Covid-19 in Delhi-NCR, health experts on Tuesday stressed that along with a focus on overall health, taking special care...

UN Health Agency: Physical Activities Can Save Up To 5 Million Lives A Year

The World Health Organization is urging people to get moving and keep moving for better health.  The U.N. health agency says physical activity can...

High Blood Pressure While Sleeping Increases Risk of Strokes

People who experience high blood pressure while sleeping are more likely to experience future cardiovascular disease especially heart failure, even when their daytime blood...

Young Smokers Face the Risk of Premature Death

Current smokers faced nearly three times the risk of premature death from cardiovascular disease compared with people who never smoked, with the risk being...

Patients with NCD More Vulnerable to COVID in India

Researchers have revealed that the COVID-19 pandemic came as a double blow for people with non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as diabetes, cancer, respiratory problems,...

Poor Diet Contributes Most to Deaths by Heart Diseases

Poor diet is a top contributor to heart disease deaths around the globe, say, researchers, adding that more than two-thirds of the deaths from...

Tips on How to Keep Mental Health in Check Through Positive Life Habits

By Puja Gupta The truth is that our body and mind are not separate identities, they are one. Our mind is our subtle self while...

Here is the Cost-Effective Way to Prevent Cardiovascular Diseases

According to the World Health Organization, cardiovascular diseases (CVD) is the number one cause of deaths across the globe, and in India. CVD is...

Hot Baths Can Prevent Cardiovascular Diseases: Study

New research suggests that taking hot baths, soaking in hot tubs or using saunas can prevent cardiovascular diseases such as heart disease, high blood...

BP Medication Could Improve Covid-19 Survival Rates: Researchers

In a fight against the novel coronavirus, researchers have found that medication for high blood pressure could improve Covid-19 survival rates and reduce the...

Oats, Rye Brans Intake May Reduce Hepatic Inflammation, Weight Gain

Want to lose some weight? Read on. Researchers have found that the consumption of dietary fibre from oat and rye brans increased the growth...

Diet Rich in Fruits, Vegetables Reduces Risk of Cardiovascular Diseases: Study

A diet rich in fruits and vegetables given over a relatively short period of time was associated with significantly lower levels of markers for...

Sugar Filled Drinks Can Increase the Risk of Heart Diseases

If there wasn't already enough reasons to stay away from sugary drinks, here's another reason not to, sugar filled drinks can increase the risk...

Excess Fat Around The Belly May Increase The Risk of Heart Attack: Study

Heart patients, please take note. Researchers have found that heart attack survivors who carry excess fat around their waist are at increased risk of...

Here’s Why Stroke Patients Are More Likely To Suffer Heart Attack

Both women and men are significantly more likely to have a heart attack or another major cardiovascular event within thirty days of having a...

Eating an Egg Not Linked to Heart Diseases: Study

The controversy about whether eggs are good or bad for heart health may be solved, as health researchers have found that eating an egg...

BP Problems in Youth May Lead to Heart Diseases: Study

Wide swings in blood pressure readings among young adults are associated with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease by middle age, according to a...

No Age-Restriction on Exercise When it Comes to Heart Health: Study

Regular exercise is highly beneficial for all patients with Heart disease regardless of age, a new study has said, adding that patients who benefited...

Low Birth Weight Can Lead to Cardiovascular Diseases

Low birth weight was linked not only to poor health outcomes in the beginning but also to chronic health conditions later in life, researchers...

Study: Air Pollution Linked to Metabolic Syndrome, Hypertension and Cardiovascular Diseases

People who are exposed to high pollution levels are at significantly higher risk of suffering from hypertension, metabolic syndrome and heart diseases, says a...

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