, August 11, 2016 15:04 IST Reuters
People with sleep disorders like sleep apnea, insomnia or restless leg syndrome may have a poorer recovery after a stroke and higher risk of a second stroke, according to a review of ...
, August 08, 2016 14:12 IST IANS
A new study has found that fidgeting while sitting can protect the blood vessels in legs and potentially help prevent arterial disease.
, August 05, 2016 16:36 IST Indo-Asian News Service
The findings showed that women who consumed soy isoflavones regularly saw improvement in biological markers that reflect how effectively the body utilises insulin to process sugar.
, August 04, 2016 15:53 IST Reuters
Women may be at greater risk for developing diabetes, heart disease and stroke in the years before menopause, rather than afterward, a U.S. study suggests.
, August 02, 2016 14:38 IST Reuters
Omega-3 fatty acid supplements may help the heart heal itself after a heart attack, according to a new study.
, July 29, 2016 15:39 IST Press Trust Of India
Members of the successful Apollo space programme are experiencing higher rates of cardiovascular problems thought to be caused by their exposure to deep space radiation, according to a new study.
, July 29, 2016 13:08 IST Indo-Asian News Service
Spending two and a half hours a week doing light physical activity, like brisk walking, can lower the risk of coronary heart disease by 25 per cent in women under age 50, ...
, July 22, 2016 12:05 IST Indo-Asian News Service
The developing heart in an embryo can be damaged by the cellular stress triggered from oxygen deficiency -- thereby leading to development of childhood heart disease, a study has revealed for the ...
, July 21, 2016 11:41 IST Indo-Asian News Service
Benefits for heart health and diabetes management have been attributed to the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of the polyphenols in cranberries.
, July 19, 2016 12:05 IST Indo-Asian News Service
People who develop heart failure after the first heart attack have higher chances of getting diagnosed with cancer, reveals a new study.
, July 09, 2016 13:05 IST Indo-Asian News Service
Living near the highway could cost your heart dear as researchers have found that risk of heart attack goes up with the amount of traffic noise to which you are exposed.
, July 04, 2016 11:37 IST IANS
Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) has spiked by 300 per cent among Indians in the past three decades, with 2-6 per cent of the affected people living in rural India and 4-12 per ...
, July 01, 2016 14:07 IST Indo-Asian News Service
Butter has been found as a healthier choice in comparison to sugar and starch-enriched food like white bread or potatoes.
, June 30, 2016 13:49 IST PTI
We live in a world, where our heart is at risk more than any other body organ. And to live a healthy and long life it's important to have a well heart.
, June 27, 2016 18:52 IST NDTV Cooks
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Technique (MBRS) can be incorporated in your daily lifestyle along with physical activity and weight management to reduce the effects of high blood pressure.
, June 24, 2016 15:15 IST Indo-Asian News Service
Individuals suffering from diabetes are at nearly 50 per cent increased risk of dying from the effects of a heart attack, a new study in Britain has found.
, June 14, 2016 14:55 IST IANS
One-half of the world's population lives in poverty and burns fuels for lighting, cooking and heating purposes, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
, June 13, 2016 17:25 IST PTI
People who exercise and stay fit during their midlife (45-50 years) are less likely to suffer from a stroke after the age of 65. American Heart Association recommends 150 minutes ofmoderate exercise ...
, June 10, 2016 16:56 IST IANS
Air pollution, including environmental and household air pollution, has emerged as the leading risk factor for stroke globally, finds a new study at Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand.
, June 07, 2016 17:48 IST IANS
Over 20 per cent of Indian youth suffer from hypertension problems due to their sedentary lifestyle, experts have said.