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More Breastfeeding Likely To Lower Risk Of Cardiovascular Diseases

Women who breastfeed more during their reproductive years are less likely to gain weight and build up fat around their abdomen or around the...

Psychosocial Stress Likely To Increase The Risk Of Coronary Heart Disease In Women

Psychosocial stress -- typically resulting from difficulty coping with challenging environments -- may work synergistically to put women at higher risk of developing coronary...

How Often Should One Engage In A Health Checkup?

As an old phrase says, prevention is better than cure. Likewise, our health is our own responsibility and hence we should keep ourselves updated...

Report: Concerning Increase In Levels Of BP, Cholesterol, And Diabetes

While alcohol intake and thyroid issues among Indians seem to have reduced over the past year, a new health report has detailed a concerning...

Study: More Health Factors Should Be Considered For Healthy Heart

Managing single risk factors like blood pressure rather than looking at overall risk may be wasting scarce resources in countries where cardiovascular disease (CVD)...

Study: Consumption Of Mustard Oil Likely To Be Healthy For Heart

If you want to achieve good health amid the pandemic, choosing the right oil should be the foremost step as Covid-19 is an inflammatory...

Regular Physical Activity To Lower The Risk Of Death By Heart Attack

Regular physical activity can not only improve our overall fitness but it can also lower the chance of dying immediately from a heart attack,...

Green Tea, Coffee Likely To Lower CVD Risks

Drinking green tea may help reduce multiple causes of death and prevent further CVD risk and problems among stroke and heart attack survivors, a...

Steps To Prevent Heart Disease Among The Youngsters

Heart diseases among Indians occur five to ten years earlier than in other populations across the globe. According to the 2018-19 INTERHEART study, the...

Difference In BP Readings Between Arms Is Linked To Death Risk

The difference in blood pressure readings between arms is linked to a greater risk of heart attack, stroke, and death, a significant, large international...

Reduced Hospital Visits For Heart Problems Contributed To Avoidable Deaths

Reduced hospital visits for urgent heart problems during the initial phase of the Covid-19 pandemic may have contributed to hundreds of avoidable deaths, new...

Odisha To Give Free Cardiac Treatment For Poor Children

The Odisha government on Thursday signed an MoU with Prasanti Medical Services and Research Foundation (PMSRF) for the extension of free cardiac treatment services...

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...

Sleep Deprivation Might Effect Your Heart Health

The pandemic brought with it a new normal that came with its own consequences. The social distancing, erratic work hours, and the stress of...

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...

Ketogenic Diet could Prevent or Reverse Heart Failure

Heart problems? A special diet might help as researchers have found that the popular and controversial ketogenic diet could completely prevent, or even reverse...

Consuming Almonds Daily Helps to Prevent Cardiovascular Diseases

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

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...

COVID Survivors Return to Hospitals With Heart Damage

It has been evident that the impact of COVID-19 is way beyond influenza-like conditions. Over the last few months, doctors and medical officials have...

Changes in Diet and Lifestyle for a Healthy Heart

This World Heart Day, let's have a light-hearted conversation about the importance of having a healthy heart and how one should take care of...

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