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Obesity can cause heart <strong>attack</strong>

Obesity can cause heart attack

21 May 2015

New York: People with obesity and bad cholesterol levels are more likely to die from cardiovascular disease than people who do not suffer from it, says a study.

Obesity,   heart attack,   cholesterol levels,   cardiovascular disease,   abdominal obesity,   blood sugar,   blood pressure,   Latest health news ,  
Arthritis patients at high risk of surprise heart <strong>attack</strong>

Arthritis patients at high risk of surprise heart attack

05 May 2015

London: People suffering from rheumatoid arthritis are at increased risk of heart disease and about a fourth of them are likely to have a surprise heart attack, a new research has found.

Arthritis patients,   heart attacks,   arthritis disease,   heart disease,   latest health news,  
Researchers develop thermometer-like device for detecting heart <strong>attack</strong>

Researchers develop thermometer-like device for detecting heart attack

07 May 2015

Seoul: South Korean researchers have developed a simple thermometer-like device to diagnose heart attacks that could make detecting whether one has had a heart attack or not a lot easier and cheaper.

heart attack,   Korean researchers,   thermometer,   Troponin,   human heart,   latest health news ,  
Smoking parents put kids at high heart <strong>attack</strong> risk

Smoking parents put kids at high heart attack risk

24 Mar 2015

Melbourne:  Smoking in front of your kids puts them at higher risk of developing heart disease in adulthood, says a new study.

Smoking,   Parents,   Kids,   Heart attack,   Costan Magnussen,   Menzies Institute for Medical Research,  
Bats are fast decision makers

Bats are fast decision makers

19 Mar 2015

London: Bats are capable of making ultra-fast decisions about how to attack their prey - or maybe even call off the attack and it takes only milliseconds, finds a new research.

Bats,   Fast decision makers,   Capable,   Attack,   Prey,  
Young women ignore heart <strong>attack</strong> symptoms: Study

Young women ignore heart attack symptoms: Study

25 Feb 2015

New York: Driven by concerns of initiating a false alarm, young women tend to ignore or dismiss the earliest symptoms of an impending heart attack, such as pain, dizziness and delay in seeking emergency medical care, says new research.

heart attack symptoms,   women health,   dizziness,   heart attack,   cardiac disease,  
Shun anger to cut heart <strong>attack</strong> risks: Study

Shun anger to cut heart attack risks: Study

24 Feb 2015

Melbourne: Intense anger could lead to an eight-fold increase in the risk of heart attack. A high level of anxiety also increases the risk by about nine times, says new research.

Anger,   heart attack risks,   anxiety,   heart rate,   blood vessels,   cardiovascular care,  
Risk calculators may overestimate heart <strong>attack</strong> risk

Risk calculators may overestimate heart attack risk

17 Feb 2015

New York: Most 'risk calculators' used to gauge a patient's chances of suffering a heart attack significantly overestimate the likelihood of a heart attack, warns a study.

Risk calculators,   heart attack,   patient,  Human heart,   cholesterol levels,  
Folic acid helps elderly weather heat waves

Folic acid helps elderly weather heat waves

01 Apr 2015

New York:  Folic acid supplements may be an inexpensive alternative for helping older adults to increase skin blood flow during heat waves and reduce cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke, suggests a new research.

Folic acid,   weather,   heat waves,   cardiovascular ,   blood flow,   heart attack,   stroke ,  
Sauna bathing reduces heart related mortality: Research

Sauna bathing reduces heart related mortality: Research

26 Feb 2015

Helsinki: Frequent sauna use could reduce risks of a sudden cardiac death, research by the University of Eastern Finland has suggested.

Sauna bathing,   human heart,   cardiac attack,   mortality ,  

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