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A little music daily shown to lessen post-heart attack pain

Mar 20, 20 A little music daily shown to lessen post-heart attack pain

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Listening to music each day could reduce the pain experienced after a heart attack, according to new research. (Rawpixel pic) BELGRADE: New European research has found that individuals who listen to just 30 minutes of music a day after having a heart attack may experience less pain and anxiety. Led by researchers at the University...

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Why travel is good for your health

Mar 16, 20 Why travel is good for your health

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The feel-good factor of travel is hard to ignore. (Rawpixel pic) Anyone who has travelled will be fully aware of the pleasure and enrichment it brings. But what about the health aspects? According to a study by the Global Commission on Ageing and Transamerica Centre for Retirement Studies, research resoundingly highlights the...

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Taking fish oil supplements could lower risk of death

Mar 09, 20 Taking fish oil supplements could lower risk of death

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New research has found that taking supplements of fish oil could lower an individual’s risk of heart disease. New research has found that regularly taking fish oil supplements could lower a person’s risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) events, such as heart attack and stroke, and their risk of death. Carried out by researchers in...

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Eating an egg a day not linked to heart trouble, study says

Mar 09, 20 Eating an egg a day not linked to heart trouble, study says

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Eating eggs does not increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, according to new research. MASSACHUSETTS: New US research has found that despite previous concerns, eating an egg a day is not linked with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). Carried out by researchers at Harvard T H Chan School of Public Health and...

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Smoking out an ‘occupational hazard’

Feb 26, 20 Smoking out an ‘occupational hazard’

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When hardcore smokers blatantly ignore the regulations where smoking is banned at all indoor workplaces, it is the passive smokers who have to suffer in silence by ERDA KHURSYIAH BASIR/ pic by BERNAMA THE ‘No Smoking’ signs plastered on the walls of the office are conspicuous, but nothing can stop a nicotine addict from lighting up...

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What does it mean when you wake up with a racing heart?

Feb 25, 20 What does it mean when you wake up with a racing heart?

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Waking up with a racing heart can be confusing and scary, but it is rarely a cause for concern. Many factors can cause a person to wake up with a racing heart, including diet, stress, sleep deprivation, and arrhythmia. Sometimes, upon waking, it may feel as though the heart is beating very fast or pounding in the chest. A person...

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M’sians Beware: Heart Attacks In The Morning & Last Phase Of Sleep Are The Most Dangerous

Feb 25, 20 M’sians Beware: Heart Attacks In The Morning & Last Phase Of Sleep Are The Most Dangerous

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One of the most commonly overlooked causes of sudden death are by heart attacks. With the recent sombre news of Ashraf Sinclair’s passing despite his healthy and active lifestyle, many have begun to ponder what puts people at risk of being diagnosed with a heart attack. While public assumption links the worst heart attacks to the...

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Eating an Egg Not Linked to Heart Diseases

Feb 17, 20 Eating an Egg Not Linked to Heart Diseases

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Eating an egg a day is not linked to the risk of heart diseases. The controversy about whether eggs are good or bad for heart health may be solved, as health researchers have found that eating an egg a day is not linked to the risk of heart diseases. The study from McMaster University and Hamilton Health Sciences, published in The...

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Women With High BP During Pregnancy At a Risk of Heart Attack

Feb 17, 20 Women With High BP During Pregnancy At a Risk of Heart Attack

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Study Pregnant women with high BP at greater heart disease risk Women with high blood pressure in their first pregnancy have a greater risk of heart attack or cardiovascular death. Pixabay Women with high blood pressure in their first pregnancy have a greater risk of heart attack or cardiovascular death, health and lifestyle...

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Narayana Health City performs Karnataka’s youngest heart transplant

Jan 23, 20 Narayana Health City performs Karnataka’s youngest heart transplant

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Bengaluru , Jan 21 : End-stage heart failure is one of the conditions mired with high mortality. Around one-fourth of the children who suffer from end-stage heart failure die within six months and a majority of them do not survive beyond two years of age. The pediatric cardiology department of Narayana Health City has brought a ray...

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An obese ASEAN

Jan 06, 20 An obese ASEAN

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In this file photo a woman talks on her mobile phone in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur. (AFP Photo) There is a growing trend in ASEAN that is not so welcomed – obesity. The prevalence of obesity and being overweight among ASEAN’s citizens is increasing due to rising incomes, and urbanisation. It is also placing a strain on...

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Rare heart surgery of 11-yr-old performed at NH MMI Hospital

Jan 06, 20 Rare heart surgery of 11-yr-old performed at NH MMI Hospital

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This kind of surgery was first performed in china and the second at NH MMI of Chhattisgarh NH MMI Narayana Super Speciality Hospital successfully performed India’s first and world’s second operation on smallest child for Multiple Paravalvular Leak Closure. Dr Sumanta Shekhar Padhi, Senior Consultant, Cardiologist of NH MMI Narayana...

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