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Mild COVID Unlikely To Cause Long-Term Heart Damage

Mild Covid-19 infection is very unlikely to cause lasting damage to the structure or function of the heart, a new study suggests. The researchers, including...

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...

Heart Health Is The First Step For Good Health

As per global reports by the World Health Organization, heart-related ailments have remained the leading cause of mortality at the global level for the...

Report: Cases Of Heart Disease In Women Are Increasing Rapidly

Generally, it is believed that women whose estrogen hormone levels decrease after menopause are at increased risk of coronary heart disease, but due to...

Fat Cells May Influence How Body Reacts To Heart Failure

Limiting the amount of fat the body releases into the bloodstream from fat cells during heart failure could help improve outcomes for patients, say,...

Why We Need To Create A Space Of Our Own That Promotes Mindfulness?

With the rise in working from home and flexible company policies, our homes needed to be our humble abode. When work-from-home became a constant,...

Healthy Lifestyle Interventions Reduces Heart Disease Through Beneficial Effects

Combining healthy lifestyle interventions reduces heart disease through beneficial effects on different lipoproteins and associated cholesterols, a new study suggests. The study, published in...

Recreational Drinking, Drug Use Linked To Premature Heart Disease

Recreational drinking, smoking, and drug use are linked to premature heart disease in young people, particularly among younger women, a new study suggests. The...

Long-Term Stress May Lead To An Increased Risk Of A Heart Attack

Taking stress maybe not be good for your heart as a new study suggests that long-term stress may lead to an increased risk of...

People With Heart Problems Are On High-Risk During Winters

Winter is often pleasing but it can also be bothersome when it comes to your heart. Winter is the time when high-risk people or...

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...

Flavors In Vaping Devices Disrupt Heart’s Activity

Researchers have revealed the appealing array of fruit and candy flavors that entice millions of young people to take up vaping are cardiotoxic and...

Empagliflozin, Can Treat And Reverse Heart Failure In Both Diabetes

Empagliflozin, a recently developed diabetes drug, can effectively treat and reverse heart failure in both diabetics and non-diabetics, say, researchers. The clinical trial, published in...

Rubbery Patch That Can Be Placed on Heart to Monitor

Move over smartwatches as researchers led by a mechanical engineer from the University of Houston have developed a patch made from fully rubbery electronics...

Simple Lifestyle Alterations To Keep Your Heart Healthy At Home

As we march forward after the serial lockdowns and finally 'unlocking', we now understand that COVID-19 is here to stay. Home isolation, while waiting...

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...

Is There Greater Risk of Heart Disease to Men than Women?

Over the years, multiple researchers have concluded that heart disease impacts men and women differently. It has been noted that in the younger age...

World Heart Day: Choreographer Ashely Lobo on Attaining Heart Health Through Dance

By Siddhi Jain Indian-Australian choreographer Ashley Lobo, who is also the founder and artistic director of Danceworx Academy and Navdhara Theatre, says that for dancers,...

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