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  Knee replacement may be bad for your <strong>heart</strong>: Study

Knee replacement may be bad for your heart: Study

01 Sep 2015

New York: Knee or hip joint replacement surgery, known as arthroplasty, may put people at increased risk of heart attack immediately following the operation, warns a new study.

Knee replacement,   heart,   heart attack,   arthroplasty,   Latest health news ,  
Soda intake can increase fatal <strong>heart</strong> disease risk

Soda intake can increase fatal heart disease risk

01 Sep 2015

London: Drinking too much carbonated beverage can increase the risk of fatal cardiovascular disease, or out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCA) of cardiac origin, says a study.

Soda,   soda consumption,   heart disease,   health issues,   research,   Latest Lifestyle News ,  
  20-minute walk cuts <strong>heart</strong> failure risk

20-minute walk cuts heart failure risk

17 Aug 2015

London: Moderate amount of physical activity, particularly walking and bicycling, can significantly lower the risk of heart failure, says a study.

Walk benefits,   heart failure risk,   Walking,   bicycling,   human heart,   Latest health news ,  
Indian-origin woman in UK jailed for sex assaults on elder <strong>patients</strong>

Indian-origin woman in UK jailed for sex assaults on elder patients

14 Aug 2015

London: A 25-year-old Indian-origin care home worker has been jailed for 10 years by a British court for sexually assaulting elderly patients, including a 101-year-old woman.

Indian woman,   Christina Sethi,   UK,   assault case,   crime,   Latest World News,  
HIV grows 'silently' in <strong>patients</strong>: Report

HIV grows 'silently' in patients: Report

05 Aug 2015

London: Casting doubts on finding a cure for HIV anytime soon, British researchers have found that the virus can grow 'silently' in patients who are thought to be responding well to the treatment. Advances in anti-retro viral therapy given to HIV patients over the past 30 years mean that most patients can have their virus suppressed to almost undetectable levels and live a long and healthy life.

HIV,   viral therapy,   virus particles,   Ebio medicine,   retro viral,   health,   latest lifestyle news,  
  Thinking skills linked to <strong>heart</strong> disease risk

Thinking skills linked to heart disease risk

07 Aug 2015

London: People with low scores on a test of thinking skills required to reason, solve problems and plan may be at higher risk of heart attacks or strokes, new research has found.

Thinking skills,   heart disease,   heart attacks,   heart,   Latest health news ,  
Arthritis <strong>patients</strong> at high risk of surprise <strong>heart</strong> attack

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,  
 India to have online registry of hepatitis <strong>patients</strong>

India to have online registry of hepatitis patients

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: An online registry will be launched soon to register the rising number of hepatitis patients in India, a leading gastroenterologist said here yesterday. The registry will be part of the newly formed Indian National Association for Study of the Liver and Current Perspective in Liver Disease.

hepatitis patients,   online registry of hepatitis patients,   hepatitis,   Indian National Association,   Latest health news ,  
New hacks strike at <strong>heart</strong> of mobile innovations

New hacks strike at heart of mobile innovations

07 Aug 2015

Las Vegas: As fierce competition leads to rapid innovation in the smartphone market, hackers have pounced on cracks in defenses of developments on devices at the heart of modern lifestyles, experts say.

Smartphone,   Hacking,   privacy,   Cyber security,   computer security,  
Drinking from chemical-laden cans may raise BP: Study

Drinking from chemical-laden cans may raise BP: Study

10 Dec 2014

Seoul: A common coating used in soft drink cans could cause high blood pressure and put heart patients at risk, a new study has warned. The consumption of BPA, a chemical used as an epoxy lining for cans and plastic bottles, has been associated with high blood pressure and heart rate variability.

soft drink cans,   chemical-laden cans,   blood pressure,   BP,   heart patients,   plastic bottles,   BPA,  

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