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 Cranberry juice may protect against killer diseases

Cranberry juice may protect against killer diseases

01 Jul 2015

New York: Drinking low-calorie cranberry juice cocktail may help lower the risk of chronic diseases, including heart disease, diabetes and stroke, says a study.

Cranberry juice,   diseases,   cranberry,   heart disease,   diabetes,   World Health Organisation,   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,  
Jordan Spieth seals <strong>heart</strong>-stopping win at US Open

Jordan Spieth seals heart-stopping win at US Open

22 Jun 2015

University Place: Masters champion Jordan Spieth added another chapter to golf's record books with a nerve-jangling, one-shot victory at the U.S. Open on Sunday after a wildly fluctuating final round of high drama.

Jordan Spieth,   golf record books,   US Open golf,   Dustin Johnson,   Chambers Bay,   Latest News,  
 A chocolate a day keeps <strong>heart</strong> diseases at bay

A chocolate a day keeps heart diseases at bay

17 Jun 2015

London: If your are worried about the health of your heart, here's a sweet solution. Researchers have found that eating up to 100 grams of chocolate every day is linked to lower heart disease and stroke risk.

chocolate,   heart diseases,   heart,   health,   chocolate benefits,   Latest health news ,  
   Poor sleep may double <strong>heart</strong> attack risk

Poor sleep may double heart attack risk

16 Jun 2015

London: When it comes to health of your heart, a bad night's sleep could be as bad as smoking. Researchers have found that sleep disturbances may double the risk of heart attack and stroke in men.

Poor sleep,   heart attack,   health,   heart,   sleep,   Latest health news ,  
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,  
Smartphones harmful for people with pacemaker

Smartphones harmful for people with pacemaker

22 Jun 2015

Berlin: People with pacemaker should keep a safe distance from smartphones to avoid unwanted painful shocks or pauses in function, a new study has warned.

Smartphones,   Smartphones harmful,   Pacemaker,   Electromagnetic interference,   EMI,   Cardiac signal,   Dr Carsten Lennerz,   Clinic for Heart and Circulatory Diseases,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
Now, post-operative nursing at home for <strong>heart</strong> <strong>patients</strong>

Now, post-operative nursing at home for heart patients

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.

post-operative nursing,   heart patients,   CK Birla Group of Hospitals,   Homecare Nursing Service,   S P Singh,   CK Birla Healthcare,   Calcutta Medical Research Institute,   care post-discharge,   ,  
Obesity can cause <strong>heart</strong> attack

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 ,  
Complex <strong>heart</strong> imaging can increase cancer risks

Complex heart imaging can increase cancer risks

26 Jun 2014

Washington: Complex heart imaging can increase cancer risks for children throughout their lifetime, a new research has warned. The study, co-authored by Le Bonheur Children's Hospital cardiologist Jason Johnson, is the first in which researchers quantified cumulative radiation doses in pediatric heart patients and predicted lifetime cancer risks based on the types of exposures.

Complex heart imaging,   cancer risks,   pediatric heart patients,   Lifetime cancer risk,   cancer,  

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