The more fried chicken, fish, and potatoes you eat, the more likely you are to develop serious heart disease in the long term, according to a new scientific investigation published in the journal Heart
Different blood pressure readings from left and right arm may indicate increased risk of heart attack, stroke and death
In fact, blood pressure should be measured in both arms during a proper cardiovascular disease risk assessment.
A 2010 study suggests that cardiovascular complications are the major cause of death among 70 percent of patients with Type 2 diabetes
Scientists stated that aspirin can reduce the production of immune cells in patients with pre-existing cardiovascular disease, thus helping in reducing the incidence of a cytokine storm
World Heart Day 2020: Here's why we celebrate 29 September to raise awareness about cardiovascular diseases
World Heart Day was first observed on 29 September, 1999, when the World Heart Federation collaborated with the World Health Organisation
Increased inflammatory response in the body has also been one of the reasons for COVID-19 fatalities.
As per the the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3.4 signed in 2015, the aim is to achieve a one-third reduction in global deaths among those aged between 30 and 70 due to cancer, cardiovascular disease, chronic respiratory disease and diabetes
PCOS Awareness Month 2020 dedicated to a common hormonal disorder that affects 10% of women worldwide
Around 40 percent of women diagnosed with PCOS also suffer from depression and self-esteem issues after diagnosis.
A recent study said that flood irrigation used to cultivate rice in India leads to longer exposure to contaminated water and soil, increasing the rate of arsenic absorption
Stuck indoors and stressed? Practice yoga says cardiologist that believes meditation plays a role in cardiovascular disease
He wrote down guidelines meant for cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, and cardiovascular disease researchers on behalf of American Heart Association.
Medication, lifestyle changes as effective as stents and bypass surgery in reducing risk of heart attack, finds study
The results from a new study says that procedures such as bypass surgery and stenting are no better at reducing risk of heart attack in patients with ischemic heart disease than medication and lifestyle changes
Lav Agarwal stressed throughout the press briefing that India is not in the phase of community transmission yet.
1,071 coronavirus cases in India, schools extend leave until mid-June and global death toll crosses 34,000
At last count, India had 1,071 infections and 29 deaths. About 99 people have also been declared recovered.
According to evidence that is growing, men — specifically older men — appear to have a higher likelihood of developing severe symptoms compared to women.
Your health is an investment, what you do in your 20s and 30s has an impact on how you will look and feel in your 50s and 60s, and research shows that the earlier you start to care, the better the results will be
As we celebrate the Mahatma's 150th birth anniversary, here’s the science behind the power of positive thinking he advocated.
Studies highlight 14 lifestyle-related risk factors that can increase the chances of cardiovascular disease
A study shows that a significant number of cardiovascular disease deaths in India can be averted if we just make a few lifestyle changes.
Close to midnight on 6 August, 2019, former external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj died following a cardiac arrest
People who didn’t eat a lot of plant-based meals were also 16 percent more likely to develop heart failure or have non-fatal heart attacks or strokes