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Women Less Likely To Succumb to Heart Diseases: Study

In a growing list of studies on whether women are less prone to heart disease than men, fresh research of more than 160,000 people...

This AI Model may Predict Heart Diseases

Researchers have found that machine learning, patterns and inferences computers use to learn to perform tasks, can predict the long-term risk of heart attack...

Air Pollution has Negative Impacts on Human and Animal Health: Study

Researchers have found that air pollution is associated with detrimental impacts on human and animals health, including increased risk of heart disease and stroke. The...

Human Health Affected due to Climate Change: WHO

Human health is paying the price of the world's failure to curb global warming, the World Health Organization warned on Tuesday, urging governments at...

Insufficient Sleep In Poor People Linked With Heart Disease

Insufficient sleep is one reason why poor people are more prone to heart disease, researchers have warned. People with lower socioeconomic status sleep less for...

Heart Disease, Stroke-related Deaths on Rise Due to Obesity: Study

Heart disease and stroke mortality rates have almost stopped declining in many high-income countries and are even increasing in some countries, reveals a new...

Consuming this Bacteria May Cut Risk of Heart Diseases

Researchers have discovered that the use of a pasteurised form of Akkermansia muciniphila-an intestinal bacteria provides greater protection from various cardiovascular disease risk factors. According...

HIV Patients at Higher Risk of Developing Heart Diseases

HIV patients are at a significantly higher risk of suffering from heart and blood vessel diseases as compared to those without the infection, according...

Eating Walnuts Everyday Reduces Risk of Heart Diseases: Study

Eating a handful of walnuts daily may lower the risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD), says a study. The study, published in Journal of the...

Heart Strokes No More Disease of Just Elders, Now As Likely Among Young Adults

A heart attack, known earlier as a disease of the old, is now strikingly common in people aged 40 and below, finds a study. The...

Patients Going Through Gender-Transition Treatment At A Grater Risk Of Cardiac Diseases

Patients receiving hormone therapy as part of their gender-transition treatment have an elevated risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVD), including heart attacks, strokes and blood...

Push-ups Can Lower The Risk of Heart Diseases

Active, middle-aged men who can complete more than 40 push-ups at a time had a significantly lower risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) outcomes compared...

New Software Can Spot Potentially Lethal Heart Diseases

Researchers have developed a new software that could spot potentially lethal heart diseases and may lead to improvements in prevention and treatment, says a new study. The software -...

Risk Of Heart Disease May Increase Due To Pregnancy: Study

Women who have given birth have a higher chance of developing heart disease and strokes than those who are childless, a new study says. Previous...

Vitamin C Treatment During Pregnancy Can Cut Babies’ Risk of Heart Diseases

Maternal treatment with vitamin C antioxidant during a complicated pregnancy could protect the baby from developing hypertension and heart disease in adulthood, suggests a study. Heart disease is the greatest killer in the world today,...

Weight Lifting Proven Better Than Walking And Cycling To Keep Heart Diseases At Bay

While it is well known that physical activities promote heart health, a new study suggests that weightlifting, rather than walking and cycling, can better help keep heart...

Omega-3 Supplements do not Protect Against Heart Disease: Study

Taking omega 3 through food or supplements is likely to have little or no effect on our risk of experiencing heart diseases, stroke or...

Low Fat Diets do not Curb Heart Disease

In a setback to those who have switched to low-saturated fat diets for better heart health, a leading US cardiovascular research scientist has claimed...

Heart Patients Need to Focus on Fitness And Exercise, Not Weight Loss

Patients with heart disease should focus more on increasing their physical activity level, and not just weight loss, for a long life, researchers suggest. The...

Study Shows That Dogs Born in Summers Are More Likely to Suffer From Heart Disease

Owing to higher level of outdoor air pollution during summers, dogs born during this time are more likely to be at higher risk of...

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