6 statistically supported risks to your health and finances

Oct 12, 21 6 statistically supported risks to your health and finances

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Heart disease and pneumonia are the leading causes of male and female deaths, respectively. (Freepik pic) As people lead busy lives, it is to forget the importance of looking after oneself. Health risks are associated with a hectic and stress-filled life. Apart from being tough on one’s physical, mental and emotional wellbeing,...

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How advanced procedure gives hope to babies with congenital heart disease?

Oct 04, 21 How advanced procedure gives hope to babies with congenital heart disease?

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In India, eight out of every 1000 newborn babies suffer from heart defects which makes the country the leading nation in premature deaths. These defects range from simple to complex. Certain problems can be examined by the doctor and managed with medicines, others require surgery, at times in the first few hours of the child’s...

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​​Simple Ways to Avoid a Heart Attack, According to Doctors

Sep 21, 21 ​​Simple Ways to Avoid a Heart Attack, According to Doctors

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When you want to build muscle, you go to a personal trainer. When you want to build your heart muscle, well, who better to treat, protect and feed the organ pumping literal lifeblood through your veins than a cardiologist? Eat This, Not That! Health went straight to the country’s best to ask how they keep their...

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Here’s What the Science Says About These 5 Amalaki Benefits

Jul 29, 21 Here’s What the Science Says About These 5 Amalaki Benefits

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Amalaki goes by many names (including amla and Indian gooseberry). It’s a traditional remedy that has also lots of potential medicinal uses. Here’s what modern research has uncovered about amalaki’s benefits. 5 potential amalaki benefits Ayurveda (Sanskrit for “knowledge of life”) is a type of traditional medicine that...

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Heart disease remains number one killer in Malaysia – MOH

Jun 13, 21 Heart disease remains number one killer in Malaysia – MOH

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KUCHING (June 13): Heart disease remains the number-one killer in Malaysia with smokers and individuals leading a sedentary lifestyle among the high-risk groups, said the Ministry of Health (MOH). “Most of the sudden deaths are associated with the heart disease whereby the heart stops pumping blood, nutrient and oxygen which should...

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