Exercise Could Prevent Heart Failure in Middle-Aged Adults
Sedentary middle-aged adults are more likely to suffer a heart attack than those who exercise, a study has found, showing that physical activity has major heart-health benefits for persons in [...]
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How we can avoid cardiovascular diseases
The cardiovascular diseases are on the rise, and diet and a disorderly lifestyle are just a few of the risk factors that can lead to these diseases. Here’s how you [...]
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Can ‘cough CPR’ save my life?
 A heart attack can lead to a cardiac arrest when your heart stops pumping blood around your body. You would become unconscious, and without immediate CPR (chest compressions and rescue [...]
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50 is the new 60
Fifty is the new 60 for some, with unhealthy lifestyles meaning nearly one in five middle-aged men have a ‘heart age’ of someone a decade older. According to the article [...]
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World Renowned Heart Surgeon Speaks Out On What Really Causes Heart Disease
We physicians with all our training, knowledge and authority often acquire a rather large ego that tends to make it difficult to admit we are wrong. So, here it is. [...]
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Prolonged sitting at work? Watch out for a heart attack
Jobs that require workers to stand most of the time put their employees at a greater risk of heart disease than workers who mainly sit, a new Canadian study has found. According [...]
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Yoga could boost heart health!
The history of yoga stretches back as far as ancient India when people practised it to increase their tranquillity and spiritual insight. Today, many people enjoy it to help them relax [...]
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How alcohol affects your heart
There’s no harm in enjoying an occasional drink in moderation, but drinking to excess can have a serious impact on your health. Cardiovascular diseases, such as coronary heart disease and [...]
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What happens to my heart after a heart attack?
A heart attack always causes some permanent damaged to your heart muscle, but the sooner treatment is given, the more muscle it is possible to save. If a heart attack [...]
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Risk factor for coronary heart disease
The more risk factors you have, the more likely you are to develop CHD. Even though you can’t change all you risk factors, there is plenty you can do to [...]
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