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Teenaged mothers at high risk for heart diseases later

New York, Nov 2 : Teenaged mothers at high risk for heart diseases later. Women who became first-time mothers during their teenage years may be significantly more likely than older mothers to have greater risks for heart and blood vessel diseases later in life, according to new research. The findings showed that women reporting a

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Women all over India equally at risk of heart diseases

Women all over India equally at risk of heart diseases. Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the number one cause of death globally and are the leading cause of death in India also. The most common tests that are done to check the risk of CVD are the lipid tests. The general knowledge is that CVD is

Right amount of HDL important for healthy Heart

Right amount of HDL important for healthy Heart. We all know that if we have HDL in our body the amount of heart disease is less likely if the amount of high-density lipoproteins is correct. H. D. L. Blood doesn’t allow the blood to freeze. There is also a link to the triglyceride in the

Mental stress ups risk death heart disease patients

Mental stress ups risk of death in heart disease patients

Mental stress ups risk death heart disease patients. According to the sources, people with persistent mental distress, including depression and anxiety, were nearly four times as likely to have died of cardiovascular disease and nearly three times as likely to have died from any cause.If you have a heart disease, you may do well to

High BP, obesity causing epidemic of heart diseases in China

New York: Increase in cases of high blood pressure and obesity in China has contributed to a rising epidemic of heart diseases which has turned out to be the leading cause of death in the country, particularly among the youth and rural residents, finds a study. The findings showed that high blood pressure, which alone

New culprit for heart diseases identified

Washington: Researchers have identified anew culprit, in the form of fragmentation of elastic fibers within the arterial wall, that could lead to heart diseases, a finding that may change the scope of cardiovascular disease detection and treatment for millions. Medical professionals have long known that the buildup of plaque in arteries can cause them to