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Heart health has been on a sliding spiral ever since sedentary lifestyle became the norm of every household. To help you survive a generation that is hard on the heart, we offer you daily tips for a healthy heart. Find best remedies for heart health to cure every little ache and discover guides on how to maintain optimum heart health from the best cardiologists out there. On our heart health section, you will be able to keep yourself abreast with the latest in heart treatments, newly diagnosed heart conditions and miracles in the medical fraternity. Remember, the best way to protect yourself from the looming threat of heart health issues today is to know your heart well.  So, start reading to be better aware and to keep your heart safe.

  • Tips to Prevent Heart Failure

    Tips to Prevent Heart Failure

    Heart failure is a condition in which the heart fails to operate correctly. Often, it is taken for a condition in which the heart suddenly and completely fails. In the condition, the heart no longer pumps blood efficiently.

  • World Hypertension Day: 7 Million Deaths Per Year May be Attributable to Hypertension

    World Hypertension Day: 7 Million Deaths Per Year May be Attributable to Hypertension

    Hypertension is a preventable condition; it can be easily prevented with healthy diet, regular dynamic exercise, avoidance of smoking and excess alcohol consumption.

  • What Must One Expect after a Nuclear Heart Scan?

    What Must One Expect after a Nuclear Heart Scan?

    Outpatients will be allowed to go home after the nuclear heart scan or leave the nuclear medicine centre between the two scans.

  • Scared of Being Diagnosed with Heart Failure? This Pre-Diagnosis Guide Will Help You Calm

    Scared of Being Diagnosed with Heart Failure? This Pre-Diagnosis Guide Will Help You Calm

    Heart failure is a highly dreaded medical condition as it can happen without any warning signs and is mostly caused by some underlying medical problem. Find out how doctors diagnose the medical problem.

  • How is Heart Transplant done?

    How is Heart Transplant done?

    A heart transplant treats irreversible heart failure when other treatment options fail. Most of the heart transplants are a success and patients enjoy a high quality of life. They can return to work within three to six months of a heart transplant.

  • What are the Risks of a Nuclear Heart Scan?

    What are the Risks of a Nuclear Heart Scan?

    A nuclear heart scan is a test based on the use of a safe radioactive substance injected into the veins to create a useful picture of the heart. While the test is safe, it may not be suitable for everyone as it may pose some risks.

  • The Basics of Low Blood Pressure

    The Basics of Low Blood Pressure

    Hypotension or low blood pressure can be defined as blood pressure less than 90/60 mmHg in adults. It can affect your health, thus, it is important to keep it in control.

  • 5 Important Tests to Go Through for a Healthy Heart

    5 Important Tests to Go Through for a Healthy Heart

    If you are not sleeping well at night, it could be harming your heart. Here are 5 heart health tests that can tell you a lot about the health of the most important organ.

  • Dr. Kalam Passes Away at 83: Understanding Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Seniors

    Dr. Kalam Passes Away at 83: Understanding Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Seniors

    Dr A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, the 11th President of India, died of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) while delivering a lecture at IIM, Shillong. Understand sudden cardiac arrest in seniors and learn what can be done when it strikes.

  • 5 Misconceptions about Heart Diseases

    5 Misconceptions about Heart Diseases

    Cardiovascular diseases are the most prevalent diseases in our country. We often develop misconceptions about our heart and related diseases. Today, we bust some of these misconceptions.

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