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Pluto has a heart! NASA reveals most detailed photograph of the former planet
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Pluto has a heart! NASA reveals most detailed photograph of the former planet

A heart-shaped feature was viewed on Pluto's surface in the most detailed photo yet returned by NASA's New Horizons probe, which has now begun its final run of its historic flyby of the planet.

Air India's unscheduled stop: Diverts flight to deliver heart for transplant
India

Air India's unscheduled stop: Diverts flight to deliver heart for transplant

In a humanitarian gesture, Air India diverted a plane to make an unscheduled halt in Madurai to help rush a harvested heart to a hospital in Chennai in time for transplant.

Thane doctors develop app to monitor heart condition at any given time
Life

Thane doctors develop app to monitor heart condition at any given time

A team of doctors here have developed a mobile application through which the health status of heart could be monitored

Heart has own immune cells that help can heal it, shows study
Life

Heart has own immune cells that help can heal it, shows study

The heart holds its own pool of immune cells that can heal the organ after injury, according to new study.

Guess how Viagra can help you? By protecting your heart!
Life

Guess how Viagra can help you? By protecting your heart!

An ingredient in Viagra not only can enhance sexual experience but can also protect your heart, a study has found.

Israeli researchers develop cardiac patches that could replace damaged tissue
Life

Israeli researchers develop cardiac patches that could replace damaged tissue

Israeli researchers have developed novel cardiac patches made from gold particles that could be transplanted into the body to replace damaged heart tissue.

Severe pneumonia may permanently damage heart, shows study
Life

Severe pneumonia may permanently damage heart, shows study

Severe pneumonia may permanently damage your heart as pneumonia bacterium leaves tiny lesions in the heart, a study suggests.

Drug pricing regulator NPPA withdraws cap on prices of 108 cardiac, diabetes drugs
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Drug pricing regulator NPPA withdraws cap on prices of 108 cardiac, diabetes drugs

The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) had invoked Para 19 of the Drug Prices Control Order (DPCO) to cap prices of 108 cardiac and diabetes drugs on July 10. <br />

Exercising for cardiovascular strength may also help your brain
Life

Exercising for cardiovascular strength may also help your brain

Exercising to improve your cardiovascular strength may protect from cognitive impairment as you age, according to a new study.

How to make your heart happy: Tickle your ears
Life

How to make your heart happy: Tickle your ears

The stimulation changed the influence of the nervous system on the heart by reducing the nervous signals that can drive failing hearts too hard.

Pistachios are high in fat but they are good for diabetics
Life

Pistachios are high in fat but they are good for diabetics

Eating pistachios daily may reduce the body's response to the stresses of everyday life in diabetics, a new study has claimed.<br />

State-Of-The-Heart: How IIT Helps Combat Cardiovascular Diseases
Biztech

State-Of-The-Heart: How IIT Helps Combat Cardiovascular Diseases

ARTSENS, developed by IIT Madras, cost effectively performs automatic measurements of arterial stiffness - a strong metric for prediction of future cardiovascular events.

ARTSENS: How Indian technology is fighting heart disease
Life

ARTSENS: How Indian technology is fighting heart disease

Timely detection is required to stop cardiovascular disease - and this is where ARTSENS comes in

Fat deposits near heart can predict kidney patients' deaths
Life

Fat deposits near heart can predict kidney patients' deaths

Fat deposits around the heart - which can be spotted through simple CT scans - can help predict the risk of death in patients with chronic kidney disease, research shows.

Too much sugar is a highway to heart failure: Study
Life

Too much sugar is a highway to heart failure: Study

Eating too much sugar can set people down a pathway to heart failure, a new study has warned.

Syrian rebel fighter cuts soldier's heart out, 'bites' it
World

Syrian rebel fighter cuts soldier's heart out, 'bites' it

An online video shows a Syrian rebel fighter carving into the body of a government soldier and cutting out his heart and liver.

New technique to save kids born with 'half a heart'
Life

New technique to save kids born with 'half a heart'

Researchers have established a new approach to treat children born with 'half a heart' due to hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS).