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<strong>City</strong> dweller face double heart disease <strong>risk</strong>

City dweller face double heart disease risk

28 Apr 2012

People residing in city centers are almost twice as likely to suffer from coronary artery calcification (CAC), which can lead to heart disease, than those who live in less polluted urban or rural areas, according to a study.

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Taller people <strong>more</strong> <strong>prone</strong> to cancer, indicates study

Taller people more prone to cancer, indicates study

04 Feb 2016

Berlin: Tall people have a lower risk for cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes, but a higher risk of cancer in comparison to short people, a new study has claimed.

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'Sit Less, Move <strong>More</strong>' To Cut Heart Disease <strong>Risk</strong>

'Sit Less, Move More' To Cut Heart Disease Risk

16 Aug 2016

New York: Living a sedentary life can be a potentially independent risk factor for heart disease and stroke, warns a study, suggesting to "sit less and move more".

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Women may be at higher <strong>risk</strong> of <strong>stroke</strong> than men

Women may be at higher risk of stroke than men

07 Feb 2014

Washington: Women may face a higher risk of stroke than men due to a range of factors, including high blood pressure disorders in pregnancy and other hormonal influences, US scientists have warned for the first time.

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Hostile people <strong>more</strong> likely to suffer <strong>stroke</strong>: Study

Hostile people more likely to suffer stroke: Study

11 Jul 2014

Washington: Feeling cynical and hostile toward others may double the risk of having a stroke in middle-aged and older adults, according to a study.

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Alert! Sleep Disorders May Increase <strong>Risk</strong> Of <strong>Stroke</strong>

Alert! Sleep Disorders May Increase Risk Of Stroke

05 Aug 2016

London: People with sleep disorders like insomnia and sleep apnea are more likely to have a stroke or recovery problems after having one than those who get sound sleep, says a study.

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Hypertension biggest global <strong>risk</strong> factor for <strong>stroke</strong>: Study

Hypertension biggest global risk factor for stroke: Study

19 Jul 2016

Toronto: Hypertension is the single major risk factor for stroke, which is a highly preventable medical condition globally, irrespective of age and sex, reveals a study led by an Indian-origin researcher.

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Heavy drinking ups <strong>stroke</strong> <strong>risk</strong> <strong>more</strong> than BP, diabetes

Heavy drinking ups stroke risk more than BP, diabetes

30 Jan 2015

London: More than two drinks a day in middle-age may raise your stroke risk more than traditional factors such as high blood pressure and diabetes, warns a study.

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Passionate football fans not at increased <strong>stroke</strong> <strong>risk</strong>: Study

Passionate football fans not at increased stroke risk: Study

01 Jun 2016

London: Football fans, relax! Being excited for your favourite team is not likely to increase the risk of stroke, scientists have found, contradicting earlier research that suggests stress during crucial matches can trigger heart attacks or strokes.

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Fresh fruit reduces <strong>risk</strong> of heart attack, <strong>stroke</strong>

Fresh fruit reduces risk of heart attack, stroke

07 Apr 2016

London: A fruit a day can keep heart diseases at bay, a new study has found, adding that people who eat fresh fruit regularly are less prone to a heart attack or stroke than people who rarely eat fresh fruit.

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