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Swollen Feet: A Sign of Congestive Heart Failure? May 10, 2024 14:35

If you've ever been stuck in your seat during a long plane ride, you may have gotten off the plane with swollen ankles and feet. This is common. When you sit for long periods of…

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Heart-healthy habits in daily fitness routine May 02, 2024 10:38

To maintain good heart health and increase longevity, it is important to integrate physical fitness and healthy habits into our daily routines. By doing so, we can significantly reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases.…

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Best Home Remedies To Maintain Blood Pressure December 27, 2023 10:14

Hypotension or low blood strain is a medical situation wherein the blood stress within the arteries falls below the top of the line ranges. although high blood strain is a continual situation that most people…

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4000 Steps Daily Will Keep Your Heart Safe August 26, 2023 13:17

While the recent study says that 10,000 steps a day will keep you away from heart diseases, the new study from the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology has fed a new hope in order to…

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Coronavirus is not Related to Respiratory System Says Study June 01, 2022 12:25

It has been more than two years since the coronavirus pandemic attacked the mankind. Most of them feel that Coronavirus is a respiratory illness but it is not true. It also has a massive impact…

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Swim for a Healthy Heart January 10, 2020 09:22

Swimming is the best exercise to lose weight and tone your muscles but the lesser known fact is that swimming also helps in maintaining a healthy heart. Swimming strengthens the heart by increasing the efficiency…

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People With Blood Group A, B, AB Have Higher Risk Of A Heart Attack May 01, 2017 13:13

According to a recent study, people who are having a non ‘O blood group’, A, B, AB, may be at 9% higher risk of suffering a heart attack and overall cardiovascular mortality compared to those…

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Lower Education may increase Heart attack risk December 19, 2016 14:24

People who are university graduates are less likely to have a heart attack as those who leave school without certificate. Heart Attack effects on body Researchers from Sax institute in Austarlia studied the links between…

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What you know about heart? February 16, 2016 12:29

The heart is one among the most important organ and the epicenter of our body. It is giving us life and pumping our blood. Do you know factoids about our heart? Most of us have…

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Key Lies In Identifying Stroke At The Right Time November 04, 2015 09:31

‘Stroke’, it is commonly heard word related to health. Every now and then we keep hearing that someone had stroke. The outcome would be either a bad news or recovery news. All depends on how…

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Do You Work More Than 8 Hours A Day? Heart Stroke Guaranteed! August 20, 2015 06:45

A research highlighting the danger suggests that those working 55-hour per week face 33% increased risk of a heart stroke than those who work 35- to 40-hour week.The largest research conducted on the study, carried…

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South Asians in US more prone to cardiovascular diseases, diabetes July 25, 2015 10:01

The American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) has highlighted that South Asians are five times more likely to die of heart attacks and cardiovascular diseases and more prone to diabetes compared to other…

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