Experiencing blue lips? Beware of heart disease

6 Mistakes made by heart disease patients

Heart disease has long been known to be one of the top cause of death in the world. But do not worry, the disease can be prevented and it also has signs that can be detected early. Signs of someone...

Know the risk of heart disease therough your age when you first experience menstruation

Know the risk of heart disease therough your age when you first experience menstruation

A study reported by dailymail.co.uk reveal surprising. Mentioned that the age at first menstruation women can predict their risk for heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure.

Traffic jams increases heart attack rate!

Traffic jams increases heart attack rate!

Living in a big city is really a challenge to the health of the human body. Air pollution, bad roads, and lack of access to food that is organic and free of chemicals are capable of breaking down a...

6 Mistakes made by heart disease patients

6 Mistakes made by heart disease patients

People who already have had a heart attack are likely to get another heart attack in the future. Although this can actually be prevented in many ways, ranging from a healthy lifestyle, and others, but most people are guilty...

Drinking Lots of Alcohol Increase Risks of Heart Disease

Drinking Lots of Alcohol Increase Risks of Heart Disease

Do you have a habit of drinking alcohol? For your own good, from now on start to reduce the habit.

Low-carb diets cause heart disease?

Low-carb diets cause heart disease

In this method of diet, low carbohydrate diet is known as the most effective type of diet to lose weight. The reason is that it is able to break down carbohydrates into glucose sugar that is more simple then...

Types of Cardiovascular Diseases You Should Know

Types of Cardiovascular Diseases You Should Know

You may have heard terms like coronary artery disease, heart failure or peripheral arterial disease. These are heart diseases but they are not the same. There are 14 types of heart diseases that affect the cardiovascular system. Read on to understand which the...

Early Symptoms Of Angina Pectoris

Early Symptoms Of Angina Pectoris

Angina pectoris is a chest pain which originated from the heart. This condition occurs when the heart did not receive enough oxygenated blood because the blood vessels may be partially blocked due to blood clots and hardened arteries.

Deaths Caused by Heart Disease Decreased Following Less Salt Use in U.K.

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A drop in salt consumption likely played a big role in a recent large reduction in deaths related to heart disease and stroke in England, a new study suggests.

Heart Attack at 6.30 AM? Know more about it

Heart Attack at 6.30 AM

A study as reported by dailymail discover new facts associated with coronary heart disease and stroke . They discovered that many heart attacks occur in the morning , especially at 6:30 in the morning. A team of researchers from...

Man dies of heart attack after biting his nail

It’s a good thing you listened to your mom when she told you not to bite your nails: The bad habit ended up costing one UK man his life.

People Are More Prone to Heart Attacks During Winter

The plummeting mercury raises the risk of getting a heart-attack and it is the time when one needs to remain extra cautious. As viscosity of blood increases with the drop in temperature, the number of cases of heartattacks and other...

Snoring habits increase the risk of stroke

Snoring is a habit that is not trivial and can not be ignored. A recent study revealed that people who have the habit of snoring are more at risk of fatal stroke than people who do not snore during...

People Suffering from Psoriasis Have Higher Risk for Heart Failure

People with the skin disorder psoriasis might be at higher risk for heart failure and should be screened for heart disease, experts say. Researchers looked at medical data on all adults in Denmark. They found that people with psoriasis are...

Can Marathons Temporarily Hurt the Heart?

The thousands of runners who will take part in the New York City Marathon on Sunday most likely believe they are strengthening their cardiovascular system by participating. But new research suggests the strain of a 26.2 mile-run can temporarily...

Low Fiber Intake Increase The Risk of Heart Disease

People who don’t eat enough fiber seem at increased risk for heart problems, and too few Americans are consuming enough fiber, a new study says. Researchers analyzed data collected from more than 23,000 U.S. adults between 1999 and 2010...

8 Hours of sleep is a must to cut heart disease risk

A new research by an Indian origin scientist has claimed that sleeping for six to eight hours a night could help cut the risk of heart problems and stroke. Author Dr Saurabh Aggarwal, of Chicago Medical School has found that people who sleep less...