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Smoking, hypertension, obesity may increase dementia risk

Study shows areas of the brain associated with thinking skills are the worst affected by smoking, hypertension, obesity Factors that influence the health of our...

“Broken heart” syndrome is really about faulty connections in the brain

Scientists say faulty brain communication is responsible for Takotsubo syndrome (TTS), a condition commonly known as "broken heart" syndrome   Scientists have shown for the first time...

Fitter you are, less are your chances of a heart attack...

Study shows poor cardiorespiratory fitness on its own is a red flag for heart attack Poor cardiorespiratory fitness could increase your risk of a future...

New markers identified for irregular heart beat

Researchers trace two new biomarkers for atrial fibrillation that increases risk of stroke and heart failure Researchers at the University of Birmingham have found two...

You think you are healthy, but is your heart really fit?

Even if you have no heart or blood vessel disease, low cardiorespiratory fitness is a warning signEven if you are a fit and healthy...

Want to stay young? Run, swim, ski & cycle to age...

Endurance training rather than weights helps people beat old age Researchers have discovered that endurance exercises, such as running, swimming, cross-country skiing and cycling, help...

Being bullied at work can affect your heart – go tell...

An observational study by University of Copenhagen shows bullying and violence at workplace increase risk of cardiovascular diseases If you have to deal with bullies...

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Are eggs good or bad? New study links eggs to heart...

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Strength training may reduce risk of obesity complications

Strength training found to reduce the risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and diabetes in obese mice, finds study Strength training over a short time...

New cholesterol-lowering drug for people who can’t tolerate statins

A new cholesterol-lowering drug, bempedoic acid could help treat patients unable to take statins due to side effects A new cholesterol-lowering drug, bempedoic acid reduces...