Five children with congenital heart disease successfully treated at Narayana Hospital

Feb 17, 19 Five children with congenital heart disease successfully treated at Narayana Hospital

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KATRA, Jan 29: Five children suffering from congenital heart disease were treated using Interventional Cardiology (minimally invasive procedure alternatives to surgery) at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Narayana Superspeciality Hospital, Kakryal under Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK).The Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK) was...

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How to keep your heart healthy

Feb 17, 19 How to keep your heart healthy

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According to the American Heart Association, nearly 80 percent of cardiac issues can be prevented.Author: Carolyn Bruck Published: 4:22 PM EST February 1, 2019 Updated: 5:06 PM EST February 1, 2019 Friday was Wear Red Day for women’s heart health. It’s always the first Friday of February — which also happens to be...

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Got a Minute?: If you love your heart, keep it healthy and happy

Feb 16, 19 Got a Minute?: If you love your heart, keep it healthy and happy

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It’s heart month. February is “National Heart Month,” the month to bring awareness about your heart. Understanding your risk factors, making necessary lifestyle changes, and knowing heart attack symptoms could save your life. Fourteen years ago, my father passed away. Heart disease had ravaged his body. Following a major cardiac...

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Exercise more, live longer

Feb 16, 19 Exercise more, live longer

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Exercise could help you live longer according to new research. (AFP Relax pic) CLEVELAND: New US research has found that your physiological age, which is how well you respond to exercise, may be a better predictor of life expectancy than your chronological, actual age. Carried out by researchers at the Cleveland Clinic, the new...

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A child’s heart health begins with their parents

Feb 03, 19 A child’s heart health begins with their parents

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Children who are active have a much smaller chance of having cardiac problems as those that eat a high fat diet and are not active. (Photo: Getty Images) Did you know cardiovascular disease is theNo. 1 killer in the United States, with more than 600,000 men and women dying from the disease each year. According to the...

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