heart health slideshow

  • Measles are for Summer, Heart Attacks are for Winter

    Cold temperature increases the risk of heart attacks. Those who spend most of their time outdoors in cold weather need to be more careful.

  • Essential Oils for Healthy Heart

    Essential oils, also known as volatile oils, are distilled from flowers, roots and bark of plants. Research suggests that long-term exposure to essential oils can have a positive effect on cardiovascular health.

  • 7 Things Heart Doctors Tell Their Friends

    When heart doctors advise their friends, it is a little different from their advice to their patients. Take a look at the reassuring advice cardiologists pass along to their friends.

  • Watch Out For the Silent Heart Attack

    Heart attack is one of the most fearful medical problems as it comes with severe symptoms and dreadful repercussions. But, there can be cases when a heart attack may not show any symptoms.

  • 7 Things to be Blamed For Your Cholesterol Problems

    High cholesterol levels can be a bad news for anyone, but if you know the reasons you have ample time to try these ways to reduce the risks.

  • Exercises to Strengthen the Heart

    Keeping the heart happy is a difficult task, given the fact that we are so prone to a sedentary lifestyle. But we can do a bit of exercise everyday to keep the heart healthy and fine.

  • Manage Weight for your Heart's Happiness

    Here is a look at what you must do in the weight management sector in order to keep your heart healthy.

  • Things that Happen During a Heart Attack

    Heart attack is one of the most common heart problems around the world despite which we may not be knowing enough about it. Understand what happens during a heart attack to be on the vigil at all times.

  • Keeping Heart and Kidneys Healthy

    The heart and kidneys are our body’s powerhouses. These help pump blood, filter waste and perform many other vital functions. If you take care of your heart and kidneys, your body will give you a heartfelt thank you.

  • The Role that Diet Plays in Managing Hypertension

    When left untreated or overlooked, hypertension can lead to many serious conditions such as coronary heart disease, heart failure, stroke and kidney failure. Incorporating healthy habits and dietary changes into your lifestyle can lower the likelihood of serious complications.

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