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Acid <strong>attack</strong> victim Laxmi to be showstopper at IRW

Acid attack victim Laxmi to be showstopper at IRW

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Acid attack victim Laxmi will walk the ramp at the third edition of India Runway Week (IRW) in New Delhi on Friday. Laxmi, who has been selected for the prestigious International Women of Courage Award, will walk as a showstopper on the first day for designer Dolly J.

Acid attack victim,   Laxmi,   India Runway Week,   Showstopper,   Dolly J,   Kiran Kheva,  
A glass of milk daily good for your heart

A glass of milk daily good for your heart

16 Sep 2014

New York: Do you find drinking milk disgusting? Listen to your heart and change the habit. New research has found that drinking milk and consuming other dairy products may reduce the risk of a heart attack.

glass of milk,   heart,   heart attack risk,   cardio-vascular disease,   healthy heart,  
Protein linked to heart <strong>attack</strong> identified

Protein linked to heart attack identified

04 Sep 2014

Toronto: A protein that increases levels of LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol, also referred to as ‘bad’ cholesterol, in the bloodstream is associated with heart attacks, says a study.

Protein,   heart attack,   low-density lipoprotein,   cholesterol,   artery disease,  
Bond with neighbours to reduce heart <strong>attack</strong> risk

Bond with neighbours to reduce heart attack risk

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.

Bond with neighbours,   heart attack risk,   Friendly neighbours,   social support,   neighbourhood,   ,  
Overdoing exercise may harm heart <strong>attack</strong> survivors

Overdoing exercise may harm heart attack survivors

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.

walking,   jogging,   physical activity,   overdoing exercise,   heart attack survivors,  
Cholesterol drug lowers heart <strong>attack</strong> risk in diabetic women

Cholesterol drug lowers heart attack risk in diabetic women

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.

Cholesterol,   Australia,   type-2 diabetes,   Fenofibrate,   diabetic women,  
Cheaper drug more effective in heart <strong>attack</strong> treatment

Cheaper drug more effective in heart attack treatment

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.

Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention,   heart attack,   heart problems,   drugs for heart problem,   PPCI,   bivalirudin,  
Scientists explain link between stress, heart <strong>attack</strong>

Scientists explain link between stress, heart attack

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.

Heart attack,   stress,   stress-heart attack link,   chronic stress,   causes of heart attack,   ,  
Eating lean beef daily can help lower blood pressure: Report

Eating lean beef daily can help lower blood pressure: Report

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.

Lean beef,   Heart Disease,   Hypertension Lean beef diet,   blood pressure,   cardiovascular disease,   heart attack ,  
Rotten egg gas holds key to healthcare therapies

Rotten egg gas holds key to healthcare therapies

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.

Rotten egg gas,   Rotten egg gas health benefits,   Rotten egg healthcare therapies,   egg,   heart attack,   Dementia,  

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