Exercise could benefit patients with kidney disease

Mar 12, 21 Exercise could benefit patients with kidney disease

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Washington [US], March 11 (ANI): Exercising regularly is known to have many health advantages but did you know it could also benefit people with kidney disease?According to a recent study, kidney disease was less likely to progress in active individuals, who also had less heart problems and improved survival. The first study to...

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Ladies, be aware of heart disease

Mar 08, 21 Ladies, be aware of heart disease

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While chest pain, pressure or discomfort is a typical symptom of a heart attack, women also need to watch out for nausea, vomiting and shortness of breath. — TNS Heart disease and stroke continue to be the most dangerous threats to a woman’s health. Cardiologist and Mayo Clinic Women’s Heart Clinic founder Dr Sharonne N. Hayes says...

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Post-menopausal women at high risk of coronary heart disease

Feb 18, 21 Post-menopausal women at high risk of coronary heart disease

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Post-menopausal women lose the protection provided by sex hormones. (Freepik pic) MELAKA: Women are more likely to be at high risk of coronary heart disease, especially after menopause, said a cardiologist. Consultant Cardiologist and Internal Medicine of Pantai Hospital Ayer Keroh, Dr Lim Kien Chien said this happens as women will...

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One in every 100 newborns suffers from congenital heart disease, says Health Ministry

Feb 17, 21 One in every 100 newborns suffers from congenital heart disease, says Health Ministry

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PETALING JAYA: About one in every 100 newborn babies in the country suffer from congenital heart disease or from congenital heart defects (CHD), says the Health Ministry. This means that about 5,000 babies are born with this condition, based on the 500,000 births every year. The ministry said that 95% of cases have unknown causes,...

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Don’t go overboard on chocolates

Jan 29, 21 Don’t go overboard on chocolates

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PETALING JAYA:Malaysians’ love for chocolates is unrivalled, at least in Southeast Asia. However, nutritionists warn that over-consumption can be detrimental to health. Most chocolates have high fat and sugar content, and over-indulgence can lead to obesity, high blood pressure, coronary artery diseases and diabetes. A recent...

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