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New Delhi[India], Dec 17 (ANI): With the onset of winter, the consumption of tea has increased. Not only does tea provide warmth and coziness, it also helps to de-stress the mind and uplift one's mood.
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Washington D.C. [USA], Nov 18 (ANI): Are you wondering why your waistline is expanding? Don't watch what you eat; watch how you eat.
Washington D.C. [USA], Nov 14 (ANI): A recent study could bring about the strategies to increase the so-called "good" cholesterol that associates with protection from cardiovascular disease.
Washington DC [USA], November 13 (ANI): Have you had a heart attack or a stroke recently? Monitor your cholesterol regularly.
New Delhi [India], Oct 26 (ANI): World Stroke Day is observed on the 29th of October each year in order to focus world attention on stroke and its impact on human life.
Washington D.C. [USA], Oct 24 (ANI): Beware! A study has recently warned that long term use of cholesterol-lowering drug, statin, is linked to a 30 percent increase in risk of developing Type-2 diabetes in susceptible individuals.
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New Delhi [India], Oct 18 (ANI): The festive season is here and Diwali is knocking on your door. The festival of lights also brings in its wake happiness, family get-togethers and lots of delicious food. Out of the varieties of foods available for Diwali celebrations, dry fruits and nuts are
Washington D.C. [USA], Oct 10 (ANI): Ups and downs of marriage may impact men's heart health, says a recent study.
New Delhi [India], Sep 29 (ANI): Cardiovascular disease is expected to cause 25 million deaths in the entire world in 2020. In India, cardiovascular disorders are the cause of 25 per cent deaths.
New Delhi [India], Sep 29 (ANI): Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the number one cause of death globally and are the leading cause of death in India also.
New Delhi [India], Sep 29 (ANI): "A healthy heart means a healthy life, yet most of us ignore our heart health. With two million heart attack cases in India in a year; it kills one Indian every 33 seconds. Though this is undeniably alarming, luckily, there are preventive measures to keep you
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New Delhi [India], Sep 15 (ANI): According to statistics, Indians are prone to acute heart attacks at a young age due to genetic reasons.