23 Sep 2014
London: If the very thought of heart attacks makes you squirm, making a few amends in your lifestyle can help you breathe easy.
22 Sep 2014
Washington: Cancer patients who use e-cigarettes to help them quit smoking may actually end up more dependent on nicotine than non-users, a new study has found.
18 Sep 2014
New Delhi: The NHRC has issued a notice to the Health Ministry following a report that HIV patients were suffering due to shortage of medicines at government centres, a statement said on Thursday.
20 Sep 2014
New Delhi: Endorsing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks ‘appreciating’ the patriotic spirit of Indian Muslims, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said that he has spoken ‘from his heart’ what he and the party always believed in and it will send an important message that will strengthen the nation.
19 Sep 2014
Delhi: Deepika Padukone kicked up a storm when she slammed a leading daily for posting a video of her with a headline "Omg, Deepika Padukone's cleavage show". The actress then tweeted, "Yes! I am a woman. I have breasts and a cleavage! You got a problem?" and social media went on to hail her as the next-big-thing in women’s empowerment movement in the country.
16 Sep 2014
London: The longer the work hours or overtime you put in, the higher your chances of developing coronary heart disease within 10 years, says an alarming study.
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.
18 Aug 2014
Washington: High-intensity exercise can help stable heart transplant patients reach higher levels of exercise capacity and gain better control of their blood pressure than moderate intensity exercise, a study indicates.
23 May 2014
Kolkata: Ensuring continued healthcare delivery for heart patients after surgery, a leading private hospital here will roll out nursing services at home - a first for east India.
11 Sep 2014
Washington: People with diabetes who otherwise appear healthy may have a six-fold higher risk of developing heart failure regardless of their cholesterol levels, shows an alarming study.