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<strong>Heart</strong> attack <strong>patients</strong> getting younger, more obese: Study

Heart attack patients getting younger, more obese: Study

26 Mar 2016

Washington: Patients suffering the most severe type of heart attack have become younger, obese and more likely to have preventable risk factors such as smoking, high blood pressure and diabetes, researchers including one of Indian-origin have found.

Heart attack,   heart attack patients,   study on heart attack patients,   research on heart attack,   obesity,   Latest Health News,  
'Pain' in Kashmir's <strong>heart</strong> must be addressed: CM Mehbooba Mufti

'Pain' in Kashmir's heart must be addressed: CM Mehbooba Mufti

19 Apr 2016

Katra (J&K): Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today spoke about "pain in the heart of Kashmir" which needs to be addressed immediately by all so that the youth of the state also flourish and contribute to the growth of the nation.

Mehbooba Mufti Katra Rally,   Mehbooba Mufti,   Handwara Issue,   Handwara Protest,   Latest States News ,  
Improve BP, <strong>heart</strong> functions with pears

Improve BP, heart functions with pears

09 Apr 2016

New York: Consuming pears everyday may improve blood pressure and vascular function in middleaged people with metabolic syndrome (Mets), a study has found.

pears,   health benefits of pears,   BP,   heart functions,   Latest Health News,  
Mimicry can help <strong>patients</strong> with Alzheimer's

Mimicry can help patients with Alzheimer's

02 Apr 2016

London: Imitating movements can help Alzheimer's patients regain some of their lost abilities due to the memory-impairing brain disorder, reveals an interesting study.

Mimicry,   Alzheimers,   Alzheimers patients,   research on mimicry,   study on mimicry,   Latest Lifestyle news,  
English batsman James Taylor forced to retire because of <strong>heart</strong> problem

English batsman James Taylor forced to retire because of heart problem

14 Apr 2016

London: Nottinghamshire and England batsman James Taylor has been forced to retire at the age of just 26 because of a 'very serious' heart condition, his county announced on Tuesday.

James Taylor,   England batsman,   Heart disease,   ARVC,   cricket news,   sports news,  
Wisdom is matter of both <strong>heart</strong> and mind: Study

Wisdom is matter of both heart and mind: Study

09 Apr 2016

Toronto: The fluctuations of your heartbeat may affect your wisdom, according to a new study which suggests that heart rate variation and thinking process work together to enable wise reasoning about complex social issues.

Wisdom,   Study on wisdom,   Study on heart,   Latest lifestyle news,  
'Vitamin D improves <strong>heart</strong> function'

'Vitamin D improves heart function'

05 Apr 2016

London: A daily dose of vitamin D supplements may improve heart function in people with chronic heart failure, a new study has found.

Vitamin D,   benefits of Vitamin D,   Vitamin D3,   research on Vitamin D,   study on Vitamin D,   heart functions,   latest Health news,  
More dietary calcium may lower <strong>heart</strong> disease risk: Study

More dietary calcium may lower heart disease risk: Study

05 Apr 2016

Seoul: In older people, higher dietary calcium intake may lower the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) but not of stroke and fracture, a new study has found.

Dietary calcium,   Heart disease,   Study on heart diseases,   Latest lifestyle news,  
Fresh fruit reduces risk of <strong>heart</strong> attack, stroke

Fresh fruit reduces risk of heart attack, stroke

07 Apr 2016

London: A fruit a day can keep heart diseases at bay, a new study has found, adding that people who eat fresh fruit regularly are less prone to a heart attack or stroke than people who rarely eat fresh fruit.

Fresh fruits,   heart attack,   stroke,   benefits of fresh fruits,   Latest Health News,  
Treating depression may lower <strong>heart</strong> disease risk: Study

Treating depression may lower heart disease risk: Study

05 Apr 2016

Washington: Effectively treating depression can reduce a patient's chance of having a stroke, heart attack or death, according to a new study.

Depression,   treating depression,   heart disease risk,   study on depression,   research on depression,   heart disease,   Latest Health News,  

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