19 Aug 2014
New York: Friendly neighbours may be good for your heart. Researchers have found that bonding well with your neighbours might extend social support network which is linked to lower cardiovascular disease risk.
19 Aug 2014
Sydney: Australian researchers have found that a cholesterol-lowering drug can lower cardiovascular disease risks by 30 percent in women with type-2 diabetes.
13 Aug 2014
Washington: This is one thing you must avoid if you are a heart attack survivor. Stick to the basics, do brisk walking and jogging at your pace and do not overdo physical activity.
07 Jul 2014
London: A drug used to prevent blood clot formation during emergency heart attack treatment could result in improved outcomes compared to another drug which is in widespread use in high-income countries, and is around 400 times more expensive.
23 Jun 2014
Paris: Scientists claimed to have unraveled how chronic stress leads to heart attack and stroke triggering overproduction of disease-fighting white blood cells which can be harmful in excess.
19 Jul 2014
Washington: Eating lean beef can reduce risk factors for heart disease, a new study has claimed. The study found that nutrient-rich lean beef can be included as part of a heart-healthy diet that reduces blood pressure, which can help lower the risk for cardiovascular disease, researchers said.
11 Jul 2014
London: It may smell of flatulence and have a reputation for being highly toxic but when used in the right dosage, hydrogen sulfide may offer health benefits in a range of diseases such as diabetes, heart attack and dementia.
07 May 2014
New Delhi: A new research suggests that a high-fiber diet could be the secret for heart attack survivors to live longer.
30 Apr 2014
London: Survived a heart attack? Start taking cereal fibres as this would improve your chances of a longer, healthier life. According to a promising research, people who survive heart attacks have a greater chance of living longer if they increase their dietary intake of cereal fibre.
15 May 2014
London: Confirming that too much of a good thing can be bad, especially for your heart, researchers have found that overdose of high intensity exercise may increase risks of a heart attack or stroke in those with existing heart disease.