Artificial, small molecules may help tackle heart attack & other cardiovascular disorders
A 2018 Lancet study says, India accounts for about a fifth of cardiovascular deaths globally.
Are you an avid Twitter user? Your posts can reveal how lonely you are
Loneliness has been tied to depression, cardiovascular disease and dem...
Time to take out your jogging shoes: Running significantly reduces chances of early death
Any amount of running, even running once a week, can reduce risk of early death as per the study.
Dealing with high blood pressure? Your medicine will be most effective when taken at bed time
Patients who take their medication at bed time have half the risk of dying due to high blood pressure.
Breathe easy: Aspirin may reduce adverse effects of air pollution on lungs
According to a study, aspirin mitigates the inflammation caused by air pollution.
Losing teeth may not be a good sign, could be indicative of heart disease risk
Non-traumatic loss of teeth could hint at future health risks.
A cup of tea may do more good than harm, can improve brain health
Positive effects of tea include mood improvement and cardiovascular disease prevention.
Malaria could do more harm than you think, may up heart failure risk by 30%
Malaria can also affect vascular pathways that cause inflammation in the heart.
Stock up your kitchen cabinet with nuts: Eating them twice a week can lower risk of heart attack
Nuts are a good source of unsaturated fat, and benefit heart health.
Give me some sunshine: Most Indians have vitamin D deficiency
Vitamin D deficiency can put people at risk of having hypertension and diabetes.
How glossing over dietary habits will prevent India from staying fit
Focus of fitness campaigns tends to be on exercise. But India’s biggest disease burden stems from its diet.
Don't turn to carbs on cheat days; it can spike blood sugar levels and increase risk of heart disease
The ketogenic diet promotes weight loss as well.
Snoring or daytime fatigue? Women suffering from sleep apnoea at increased risk of cancer than men
The focus has been on the connection with one form of cancer: malignant melanoma.
Keep heart health in check: 'Ugly cholesterol' can increase risk of stroke
Other than LDL and HDL, remnant cholesterol is also found in the blood.
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