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 Another Win for The Early birds

Mankind has probably split into two different factions depending on their enthusiasm in the morning (Chronotypes). One of them is Early birds, they leap out of their bed early in the morning  to conquer the world while the other faction is Night owls, their productivity skyrockets past midnight. But the debate over which one is an […]

Walnut, A Savior

Who would have thought, out of many dried fruits, walnut would be that fruit of choice, that reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases? A new study has discovered that people who consume walnuts daily have better heart health and reduced risk of cardiovascular disease than those who do not. An ounce of walnut a day is enough to provide […]

Smoking Damages the Heart Too

We’ve been made aware of how tobacco abuse, specifically smoking can damage our lungs, but what we didn’t know was how it can also damage the actual anatomy of the heart. A recent study showed exactly how smoking impacts a person’s blood vessels and weakens the heart structure. Smoking also doubles the risk of a […]

10 Factors That Affect Your Heart Health

In the United States, every year over 600,000 people die due to poor heart health. That is 1 death per minute. Every. Single. Minute! Heart disease is the leading cause of death, 1 death in every 4 deaths, in almost any bracket you can think of. Even youth is not protected, which means your children […]

200,000: The Number of Avertible Heart Disease Cases Only by Salt Reduction

Would you believe it if we told you that salt reduction can help prevent nearly 200,000 cases of heart disease in a country alone? What if it could also save £1.64bn? At first, the above questions might seem like a joke. However, it is a harsh reality. England’s salt reduction program is on course to […]

More Coffee = Decreased Heart Failure Risk

Coffee lovers, rejoice!! At least three heart disease studies suggest that drinking one or more cups of caffeinated coffee per day might reduce the risk of heart failure to a great extent. Coronary artery disease, heart failure, and stroke are some of the leading causes of death from heart diseases around the world. While age, […]

Impact of COVID-19 on Heart Disease – The #1 Cause of Death

Heart disease accounts for most of the deaths worldwide. According to the experts at the American Heart Association, the broad influence of the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to help heart disease remain the prime cause of death for the years to come. In 2019, around 18.6 million people died around the world due to cardiovascular […]

Brief Education Reassures Patients with Non-Cardiac Chest Pain

It is a common scenario when patients diagnosed with non-cardiac chest pain are reluctant to believe that they do not have heart disease. Research concluding that the test results, if explained to the patients, will not only convince them but also will reduce the likelihood of future chest pain. The research is presented at EACVI […]