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What causes Heart Attack

Symptoms and Prevention of a heart attack If you believe you are experiencing a heart attack or stroke, contact your emergency response system immediately.  If you are with someone who is experiencing this symptom drive them to the hospital immediately. Central crushing chest pain Heavy sweating Nausea and/or vomiting Cold, clammy feeling hands Palpitations shortness of […]

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Healthy lifestyle – A key to healthy heart.

Good heart health is good for “My Heart, for Your Heart“, for all our hearts. World Heart Day, celebrated every year on September 29, spreads awareness about cardiovascular disease and highlights the actions that individuals can take to prevent and control CVD. Roughly a third of all deaths around the world are the result of […]

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Incorporate heart-healthy habits into your lifestyle

World Heart Day on September 29 aims to combat the rising number of people with cardiovascular disease (CVD), by promoting the importance of living a heart-healthy lifestyle. The theme this year ‘My Heart, Your Heart,’ posed the question “What can I do right now to look after my heart and your heart?” for all stakeholders […]

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How does smoking damage your heart?

Smoking, along with high cholesterol, high blood pressure, physical inactivity, obesity, and diabetes, tops the list as a primary risk factor for heart disease. Smoking increases the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases, including coronary heart disease and stroke. Smoking damages the lining of your arteries, leading to a build up of fatty material (atheroma) that narrows the […]

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Heart health – Quitting smoking is the single best thing you can do—

Stopping smoking has huge benefits to protect the health of heart and it’s never too late to give up. The risk to heart health decreases significantly soon after you stop smoking. Quitting smoking reduces smoking-related death by heart disease by half and is key in the management of atherosclerosis, blood clots and abnormal heart rhythms […]

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World No Tobacco Day – A WHO initiative

May 31st- World No Tobacco Day “World No Tobacco Day -2018” focused on the important link between tobacco and heart disease. Tobacco Free Initiative (TFI) by WHO include, surveillance and monitoring, implementing tobacco control, support quitting tobacco, watching and countering the tobacco industry, tobacco product regulation and WHO’s mandate on monitoring the tobacco industry. The […]

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Summer

Summer is the warmest of the four temperate seasons, between spring and autumn. Summer is traditionally associated with hot dry weather, but this does not occur in all regions. Taking care of health in summer – here are the tips: Summer and skin: The sun is enemy as well as friend. Sun provides us with […]

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Lung transplant- A ray of hope

Respiratory diseases are one of the largest killers across the globe. They rank second, next only to accidents in conditions causing death in the Indian population. Respiratory diseases do not only cause suffering, they also impose a huge economic burden on the nation. The picture is more devastating if the younger population or the earning […]

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What is heart attack?

Don’t lose heart. Even after a heart attack, you can lead a healthy and productive life. With the progressive hardening and narrowing of coronary blood vessels, the blood supply to the heart muscle starts diminishing. As long as the blood supply is adequate to meet the demands of the heart an individual will not have […]

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