NDTV Food , March 30, 2017 17:10 IST
According to a new study, eating peanuts along with a meal may help protect you against cardiovascular diseases such as heart attacks and stroke.
NDTV Food , March 21, 2017 11:58 IST
While high blood pressure is turning out to be common and more and more people are getting diagnosed, a new study reveals something rather shocking.
NDTV Food , March 20, 2017 14:01 IST
A latest study to be presented at the American College of Cardiology Scientific Sessions in Washington D.C reveals a certain factor that may help in determining whos at risk of a heart ...
NDTV Food , March 10, 2017 17:03 IST
An adequate level of good cholesterol is as essential as avoiding bad cholesterol to keep away from heart ailments, says a new study.
NDTV Food , March 03, 2017 12:02 IST
Those who have desk-bound jobs are at a higher risk of developing cardiovascular diseases and becoming obese. Every additional hour of sitting on top of five hours is deadly.
NDTV Food , March 02, 2017 13:13 IST
According to a study which was conducted on all heart attack hospital admissions and deaths in UK, it stated that heart attack symptoms were missed in many patients by medical experts.
NDTV Food , February 28, 2017 14:25 IST
When the heart is unable to supply enough oxygenated blood to meet the demands of the body, this chronic condition is known as heart failure. Sedentary lifestyle can worsen the condition.
Sushmita Sengupta , February 22, 2017 13:27 IST
The alarming rise of heart attack cases in India has been a cause of concern for doctors and researchers across the subcontinent. The scenario is perverse especially amongst men.
NDTV Food , February 22, 2017 10:48 IST
New findings show that drinking too much can affect the elasticity of the arterial walls, causing arterial stiffness and therefore, putting your heart at risk.
NDTV Food , February 20, 2017 15:34 IST
According to the latest genetic evidence people who carry more fat in their belly as compared to the hips or thighs are at a greater risk of developing heart disease and diabetes.
NDTV Food , February 18, 2017 11:16 IST
A recent study carried out by WHO has revealed that Indians love salt a little too much, five time more than the recommended daily intake.
NDTV Food , February 16, 2017 11:31 IST
A new Canadian study has found that men should take caution while shoveling snow, as days following heavy snowfall carry a higher risk of heart attack.
NDTV Food , February 14, 2017 11:59 IST
On this Heart Month 2017, let's start paying more attention to our heart. Here are 10 expert tips to maintain good heart health.
NDTV Food , February 09, 2017 11:20 IST
Daily consumption of almonds may significantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases in Indians with Type 2 diabetes.
NDTV Food , February 08, 2017 12:52 IST
According to a study, just 30 minutes of running on a treadmill can reshape your damaged heart tissue.
Dr. Ajeet Arulkumar , Consultant Cardiologist, Frontier lifeline Hospital, Chennai, February 03, 2017 13:12 IST
The bottom line is that despite increasing incidence and decreasing age of onset,heart attack remains a very treatable and in many cases an easily treatable disease. Attention to minor details in eating ...
Indo-Asian News Service , January 11, 2017 14:30 IST
As Mumbai full marathon approaches, doctors have urged participants not to practice excessively as it may have adverse affects on the heart, especially for the adults and senior citizens, said doctors.
Agence France-Presse , January 11, 2017 14:02 IST
Reducing salt intake worldwide by only ten percent could save millions of lives, a study reported Wednesday.
Press Trust Of India , December 23, 2016 14:20 IST
Sun bathing and vitamin D supplements may be feasible and affordable approaches to improve or even prevent metabolic syndromes which pose a risk of diabetes and heart disease, a new study has ...
Press Trust Of India , December 19, 2016 14:43 IST
Indians are more likely to face premature death due to heart attacks and strokes owing to genetic factors as compared to people of other nationalities, according to doctors in the UAE.