IANS , September 29, 2015 16:16 IST
According to a new study, persistent psychological stress during childhood can lead to a higher risk of heart disease and diabetes into adulthood.
Kriti Malik , NDTV, September 29, 2015 14:39 IST
If you've got a job where you spend most part of the sitting, either in office or at home, then you're in for trouble
Harnoor Channi-Tiwary , NDTV, September 29, 2015 12:31 IST
To maintain a healthy heart, it is critical to exercise, maintain your fitness levels and get adequate sleep. However, all of this must be balanced with a well thought through diet for ...
Press Trust Of India , September 29, 2015 12:02 IST
To raise awareness for World Heart Day, Vice President Hamid Ansari strongly favoured the need to develop a comprehensive approach to combat heart disease.
IANS , September 28, 2015 16:39 IST
This year, the World Health Organisation (WHO) is also calling on countries to take action to reduce heart disease in women.
IANS , September 28, 2015 10:30 IST
People who like drinking coffee can safely continue to have it, at least in moderation, without the risk of developing atrial fibrillation.
IANS , September 23, 2015 18:15 IST
If you are young and at times experience sudden weakness, perspiration or shortness of breath - do not regard it as just a 'panic attack'.
IANS , September 14, 2015 12:42 IST
A recent study has found that low levels of physical activity, weaker physical fitness and obesity may lead to cardiovascular diseases, even in primary school children.
IANS , September 11, 2015 18:18 IST
The findings may open door to new therapies to alter gut bacteria types that contribute to body weight, fat and cholesterol levels. This can further facilitate prevention of heart disease.
IANS , September 11, 2015 17:39 IST
As we age, our blood vessels become less flexible and hampering smooth blood flow and circulation. This would often lead to an increased risk of hypertension.
Press Trust Of India , September 07, 2015 18:45 IST
Typically, heart transplants only come from brain-dead donors who still have healthy bodies.
IANS , September 02, 2015 11:42 IST
This study will make you turn from soda faster than ever before.
IANS , August 25, 2015 11:19 IST
Twenty three percent of Delhi youth below 19 years of age have high cholesterol levels, a study revealed here on Monday. The study that was conducted by Raman Puri, chairman of Lipid ...
Sarah Boseley , guardian.co.uk, August 20, 2015 16:41 IST
Danger highlighted by research suggesting those working a 55-hour week face 33% increased risk of stroke than those working a 35- to 40-hour week.
IANS , edited by Sparshita Saxena, August 17, 2015 17:06 IST
The participants who had the lowest levels of physical activity had a 47 percent higher risk of heart failure.
IANS , July 29, 2015 15:50 IST
According to some of the nation's top cardiologists, when it comes to heart health, alcohol is like a slippery slope.
IANS , July 24, 2015 16:23 IST
South Asians in US are more prone to heart attacks and diabetes when compared to other ethnic groups, found researchers.
PTI , July 14, 2015 12:55 IST
Taking omega-3 fish oil supplements daily can improve cardiovascular health in older adults.
Sarah Boseley , guardian.co.uk, July 10, 2015 13:45 IST
Analysis of studies on smoking tobacco and psychosis, of which schizophrenia is most common type, suggests smoking may be causal factor in itself.
Andrew Pollack , The New York Times, July 08, 2015 16:32 IST
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new heart failure drug that has been shown to reduce death and hospitalizations from the condition.