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, according to new ...
Heart disease has affected the young Indian population 10 years ahead of their Western counterparts particularly over the last three decades owing to sedentary lifestyles and lack of exercise, the nations top cardiologists have ...
Sedentary but fast-paced lifestyle is a leading cause for heart diseases in India, a survey conducted by Curofy, a doctors networking app, has revealed.
Raising 'good cholesterol' levels may not be as effective as lowering 'bad cholesterol' for reducing the risk of developing heart disease, a new study has found.
Boys with excessive weight gain during puberty are at increased risk of death due to heart disease later in life, a study reveals.
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 claimed.
People with Type 2 diabetes face a one in a four chance of dying over the next 18 months, they have two to three times higher risk of heart disease than the general population.
Increasing stomach fat -- also known as the "hidden fat" in abdomen -- can lead to worsening heart disease risk factors, according to a study.
Women who undergo fertility therapy, but do not get pregnant, may be at a higher risk of developing long-term cardiovascular disease, says a study.
With an ever-increasing number of Indians suffering from heart diseases, a drastic change in lifestyle and eating habits is the need of the hour to tackle the alarming situation with a special focus on youth, ...