Keyword Results for 'cardiovascular'
Low- and high-birthweight babies at increased heart risk May 24, 7:54 am
Washington D.C, May 24 (ANI): If your baby has either a low birthweight or a high one, she/he may be at an increased risk for cardiovascular disease, according to a recent study.
'Magic bullet' to fight obesity is physical activity May 17, 1:38 pm
Washington D.C., May 17 (ANI): A recent study have evaluated the totality of evidence and conclude that regular physical activity bears the closest resemblance to a 'magic bullet' to combat the worldwide epidemic of obesity and cardiovascular disease.
Mediterranean diet cuts stroke risk in heart patients Apr 25, 7:45 am
Washington D.C, Apr 25 (ANI): If you want to keep your heart ticking over, then go for a 'Mediterranean' diet as a recent study suggests that it can lower the risk of heart attacks and strokes in cardiovascular disease patients.
Controlled BP, cholesterol can ward off heart disease in oldies Apr 23, 11:53 am
Washington D.C, Apr 23 (ANI): Age modifies the link between blood pressure, cholesterol and adverse cardiovascular outcome in older adults and now, a new study suggests that older patients are not too old to benefit from individualized preventive heart therapy.
Fructose puts you at risk of wide range of diseases Apr 23, 10:36 am
Washington D.C, Apr 23 (ANI): Just when you thought fruit sugar is a healthier way to sweeten things, a team of researchers found that fructose actually wreaks havoc on your health.
Calcium, vitamin D supplements don`t raise heart risk Apr 17, 11:51 am
Washington D.C, Apr 17 (ANI): Taking a calcium supplement, with or without vitamin D, was earlier linked to an increased heart risk, but now a recent study has supported the cardiovascular safety of their supplementation.
Teenage obesity can kill you in midlife Apr 15, 8:02 am
Washington D.C, Apr 15 (ANI): Teen BMI can predict the risk of cardiovascular death in adulthood, according to a recent study.
Daily aspirin can keep you `hearty` in your 50s Apr 12, 7:51 am
Washington D.C, Apr 12 (ANI): People in their 50s with risk factors for cardiovascular disease can benefit from popping one aspirin daily, says a government-appointed panel of independent experts.
Low levels of vitamin D can risk your heart Apr 3, 1:56 pm
Washington D.C, April 3 (ANI): Low levels of total vitamin D and bio-available vitamin D can help predict a person's risk of major adverse cardiovascular events such as a heart attack, stroke, heart failure or death, according to a recent study.
Kill depression to cut heart risks Apr 3, 1:31 pm
Washington D.C, April 3 (ANI): Depression often puts people's hearts in danger, but now, a team of researchers has revealed that by lowering the blueness, it is possible to keep risk of major cardiovascular problems at bay.
More the dietary calcium, lower the heart risk Apr 3, 11:59 am
Washington D.C, April 3 (ANI): Older women can lower their risk for cardiovascular disease with higher calcium intake, according to a recent study.
Paleo diet can cut your future diabetes, heart risks Apr 3, 9:22 am
Washington D.C, April 3 (ANI): Obese, postmenopausal women, you may want to start following a Paleolithic-type diet as a new study has found that it can help you lose weight, improve circulating fatty acid profile and lower your future risk for diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Mindful eating helps cut diabetes, heart risks Mar 10, 8:31 am
Washington D.C, Mar 10 (ANI): The whole ethos of mindfulness is to encourage people to live in the moment and now, a new study has provided us with some more interesting food for thought.
Boosting heart health, the Tai Chi way Mar 10, 8:31 am
Washington D.C, Mar 10 (ANI): For those with cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure or stroke, a new research suggests that traditional Chinese exercises such as Tai Chi could be a healthy move for your heart.
Slow heart rate doesn't mean early death risk Jan 20, 12:53 pm
Washington D.C., Jan. 20 (ANI): If you often suffer from Bradycardia, a slower than normal heartbeat, then there is no need to panic as a new study has revealed that it is not a sign of developing cardiovascular disease.
Washington D.C., Jan. 19 (ANI): According to a recent clinical perspective, the majority of citizens in developed countries should not be concerned by potential harm from exercise, but rather by the lack of exercise in their lives.
'Purpose in life' lowers mortality, heart risk Dec 4, 10:41 am
Washington D.C, Dec 4 (ANI): A new study has linked "purpose in life" to lower mortality and cardiovascular risk.
Natural remedies can risk your heart Nov 20, 1:39 pm
Washington D.C, Nov 20 (ANI): A team of researchers has explored whether or not natural remedies jeopardize cardiovascular health.
New Delhi, Nov 14 (ANI): All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here will open on Sunday the country's first retail facility to sell drugs for cancer and cardiovascular diseases at highly discounted rates.
Low blood sugar risks your heart Nov 4, 8:09 am
Washington D.C, Nov 4 (ANI): A recent study has suggested a potential connection between low blood sugar and cardiovascular problems.
Blood pressure meds can't undo all damage Oct 22, 8:28 am
Washington D.C, Oct 22 (ANI): As per a recent study, treating out-of-control blood pressure with antihypertensive medication can greatly reduce your risk for heart attack, stroke and heart failure, but the current approach to treatment can't undo all of the previous damage or restore cardiovascular disease risk to ideal levels.
Start drinking cranberry juice to have a healthy heart Oct 13, 12:25 pm
Washington D.C., Oct. 13 (ANI): A new study has revealed that drinking cranberry juice might play a role in protecting against cardiovascular disease.
Washington D.C., Oct. 13 (ANI): A new study has revealed that pregnant women with elevated blood sugar levels are more likely to have babies with congenital cardiovascular defects, even if their blood sugar is below the cut off for diabetes.
Washington D.C., Sept. 29 (ANI): It's time to cut down on sugary drinks as a new study shows that sugar-sweetened beverages can lead to excess weight gain and cardiovascular disease.
Health-promoting texts can keep your heart risk-free Sep 27, 11:54 am
Washington D.C, Sept 27 (ANI): Worried about your heart? A recent study has revealed that texts that are lifestyle focused can help battle cardiovascular diseases.
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