Heart Disease

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Obesity silently damages heart

Obese people without an overt manifestation of heart disease experience silent cardiac damage that fuels risk of heart failure in the future.

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Diabetes, heart disease may share deep roots

Type 2 diabetes and cardio-vascular disease often occur together and scientists have now discovered that the two diseases may be related.

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Heart diseases affect rural, urban people alike

People living in rural areas are at no greater risk of dying from heart disease than their urban counterparts, says a study.

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Addicted to instant noodle: South Koreans know it’s harmful, still love it

A health study in US has found that excessive consumption of instant noodles by South Koreans was associated with risks for diabetes, heart disease or stroke.

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Tomato pill to fight heart disease?

Taking a daily tomato pill which improves the functioning of blood vessels may ward off heart disease, a new study has claimed.

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Women with diabetes at greater heart risk than men

Women with diabetes are at a 44 per cent higher risk of developing heart disease than men with the condition: Research

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Anger, anxiety increase risk for heart disease

Stroke and heart attacks are the end products of progressive damage to blood vessels supplying the heart and brain.

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Kolhapur woman goes under knife for ‘rare’ heart disease

Since February, 55-year-old Yashubai Patil was experiencing breathlessness. She was later diagnosed with ALCAPA.

Chocolates are good for digestion

Researchers at Louisiana State reached this conclusion after simulating the human digestive system in glass vessels.

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Red meat may up heart disease risk

The new research, a meta-analysis, examined 21 previously published studies and data involving 292,454 participants during an average 10.2 years of follow-up.

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What’s good for the heart? Marriage, researchers say

Study suggests married folks have fewer heart problems compared to singles.

In 2008, more than 17 million people died from a cardiovascular cause globally.

Saturated fat may not cause heart disease

The researchers analysed data from 72 unique studies with over 600,000 participants from 18 nations.

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Little sleep may up heart disease risk in obese kids

However, the association is not as clear in adolescents, an age group that is known to lack adequate sleep.

Saturated fats are not always bad for health

Use a combination of healthy fats, including saturated fats, to maintain good health and say no to hydrogenated trans-fats.