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
Satya Paul, who had suffered a stroke in December, died at Sadhguru's Isha Yoga Center in Coimbatore on Wednesday.
Women more likely to die within a year of experiencing their first stroke compared to men, finds study
Strokes and heart attacks are leading causes of death worldwide but their symptoms and risk factors often differ widely among men and women
Adding oil of acebuche, type of Spanish wild olive tree, to your diet can reduce arterial hypertension, suggests study
Hypertension or high blood pressure is a chronic disease that leads to an increased risk of heart disease, stroke and other health issues
Cardiovascular diseases tend to affect patients in their most productive years and often have catastrophic social and economic consequences apart from resulting in lifelong risks of negative health outcomes
World Stroke Day 2020: How understanding difference in cerebrovascular events between genders can improve treatment and care
A study published in Lancet Neurology in 2008 showed that although age-specific stroke incidence and mortality rates are higher among men, stroke has a much greater effect on women
Study suggests combination of two deadly mosquito-borne diseases, Zika and chikungunya, can lead to strokes
The researchers highlighted that even though the world’s attention is focused on COVID-19 and its neurological implications, the risks posed by the co-occurrence pf other viral infections such as Zika and chikungunya should not be ignored.
Following American Heart Association's 'simple seven' recommendations can prevent hypertension, claims study
A recent study suggested that following even one of the 'simple seven' recommendations can reduce the risk of developing hypertension by six percent
Hypertension at young age can lead to cardiovascular diseases; optimism may help reduce the risk, say scientists
A recent study found a dose-response relationship between optimism and hypertension, which means the higher the optimism, the lower the risk of developing hypertension
The question of presidential health has sometimes played an important role in election contests, but rarely has it seemed more acute than this year as 74-year-old Trump squares off against 77-year-old Biden
The scientists believe that by identifying the most important components in the healthy blood, it would be easy for doctors to target these to either reduce or increase their levels in the blood of the mice
The researchers believe that patients with COVID-19 should be evaluated early for acute neurological changes.
Doctors believe that the body starts to heal and return to its original self immediately after quitting smoking.
World No Tobacco Day 2020: Smokeless tobacco products contain more nicotine than cigarettes, increase risk of stroke
Smokeless tobacco is found in paan masala, gutkha, khaini, zarda and other such products.
Even though e-cigarettes contain lower levels of carcinogens than conventional tobacco products, each vaping device releases ultrafine particles along with toxins that can actually damage blood vessels and encourage blood clotting, which may lead to heart attacks
World No Tobacco Day 2020: Passive smoking can lead to long-term ill-effects, including lung cancer, heart ailments and depression
Not just smoking, being around tobacco smoke too is detrimental for one’s health.
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
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.
Studies reveal that the risk of silent strokes in older people increases after having non-cardiac surgery
A study published in The Lancet in mid-August argued that the risk of covert or silent stroke in older people increases after having non-cardiac surgery.