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Heart disease affecting young Indians ahead of Western counterparts - The Hindu

Heart disease affecting young Indians ahead of Western counterpartsThe HinduCardiovascular disorders are the cause of 25 per cent deaths in India. However, the young population with a sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy eating habits and genetic predisposition are adding to the crisis. Research shows that heart disease has affected ...and more »

Belly fat may increase risk of heart diseases - Zee News;

Belly fat may increase risk of heart diseases - Zee News

Zee NewsBelly fat may increase risk of heart diseasesZee NewsNew York: Increasing stomach fat -- also known as the "hidden fat" in abdomen -- can lead to worsening heart disease risk factors, according to a study. The study adds to the growing evidence that regional fat deposits are harmful and further suggested ...and more »

5 ways to help keep your heart healthy - iAfrica.com;

5 ways to help keep your heart healthy - iAfrica.com

iAfrica.com5 ways to help keep your heart healthyiAfrica.comIt's World Heart Day on September 29, the World Heart Federation's biggest day to raise awareness of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and how to maintain a healthy heart. Here we round up five ways to look after your heart on World Heart Day and throughout ...and more »

Most people have older 'heart age' than actual age, study reveals - Daily Mail;

Most people have older 'heart age' than actual age, study reveals - Daily Mail

Daily MailMost people have older 'heart age' than actual age, study revealsDaily MailThe vast majority of people have an older "heart age" than their actual age, a new study suggests. An online test which calculates a person's risk of having a heart attack or stroke reveals that almost four in five people over the age of 30 have a ...and more »

Heart disease affecting young Indians ahead of Western counterparts - The Hindu;

Heart disease affecting young Indians ahead of Western counterparts - The Hindu

The HinduHeart disease affecting young Indians ahead of Western counterpartsThe HinduCardiovascular disorders are the cause of 25 per cent deaths in India. However, the young population with a sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy eating habits and genetic predisposition are adding to the crisis. Research shows that heart disease has affected ...and more »

'Spare tire' can be worse for your heart than 'love handles': study - News Nation;

'Spare tire' can be worse for your heart than 'love handles': study - News Nation

News Nation'Spare tire' can be worse for your heart than 'love handles': studyNews NationAccording to a new study it has been found that people with spare tires, hidden fat in the abdomen, than'love handles' or visible flab, may have worsen heart disease risk factors. By PTI | Updated On : September 29, 2016 11:03 AM. 'Spare tire' can be ...and more »

Most people's hearts are older than their years, study reveals - Yorkshire Post;

Most people's hearts are older than their years, study reveals - Yorkshire Post

Yorkshire PostMost people's hearts are older than their years, study revealsYorkshire PostAn online tool which calculates a person's of having a heart attack or stroke reveals that almost four in five people over the age of 30 have a heart which is deemed to be older than their chronological age - putting them at higher risk of potentially ...and more »

Sedentary lifestyle leading cause for heart disease in India - Times of India

Sedentary lifestyle leading cause for heart disease in IndiaTimes of IndiaNew Delhi, Sep 29 (IANS) Sedentary but fast-paced lifestyle is a leading cause for heart diseases in India, a survey conducted by Curofy, a doctors networking app, has revealed. According to the survey, cardiovascular disorders are the cause of 25 per ...and more »

Now coffee 'can SLASH the risk of cardiovascular disease' - Express.co.uk;

Now coffee 'can SLASH the risk of cardiovascular disease' - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukNow coffee 'can SLASH the risk of cardiovascular disease'Express.co.ukTHREE cups of coffee a day can slash the risk of cardiovascular disease by more than a fifth, according to new research. PUBLISHED: 11:56, Thu, Sep 29, 2016 | UPDATED: 14:50, Thu, Sep 29, 2016 ...and more »

Belly Fat May Increase Risk Of Heart Diseases - NDTV

Belly Fat May Increase Risk Of Heart DiseasesNDTVIncreasing stomach fat -- also known as the "hidden fat" in abdomen -- can lead to worsening heart disease risk factors, according to a study. The study adds to the growing evidence that regional fat deposits are harmful and further suggested that the ...and more »

7 Healthcare Stocks in Focus on World Heart Day - Nasdaq

7 Healthcare Stocks in Focus on World Heart DayNasdaqEvery year on Sep 29, World Heart Day is observed to raise awareness about cardiovascular (CV) diseases including heart disease and stroke. The focus is on creating heart-healthy environments that will help reduce cardiovascular risk be it at work or ...and more »

Heart disease affecting young Indians ahead of Western counterparts - The Hindu

Heart disease affecting young Indians ahead of Western counterpartsThe HinduCardiovascular disorders are the cause of 25 per cent deaths in India. However, the young population with a sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy eating habits and genetic predisposition are adding to the crisis. Research shows that heart disease has affected ...and more »

World Heart Day: 5 things you can do to keep your heart young and healthy - Kasmir Monitor;

World Heart Day: 5 things you can do to keep your heart young and healthy - Kasmir Monitor

Kasmir MonitorWorld Heart Day: 5 things you can do to keep your heart young and healthyKasmir MonitorAs we mark World Heart Day, the World Heart Federation's biggest day to raise awareness of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and how to maintain a healthy heart, it's a good time to know the little changes you can make in your daily life to keep your heart ...and more »

Most people have older 'heart age' than actual age, study reveals - Northwich Guardian;

Most people have older 'heart age' than actual age, study reveals - Northwich Guardian

Northwich GuardianMost people have older 'heart age' than actual age, study revealsNorthwich GuardianDon't be the last to know! Get the latest local news straight to your inbox. Sign up. The vast majority of people have an older "heart age" than their actual age, a new study suggests. An online test which calculates a person's risk of having a heart ...and more »

NHS Heart Age Calculator Reveals How Long You Can Expect To Live - Huffington Post UK;

NHS Heart Age Calculator Reveals How Long You Can Expect To Live - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKNHS Heart Age Calculator Reveals How Long You Can Expect To LiveHuffington Post UKTo coincide with World Heart Day, the NHS has relaunched its heart age calculator which can help determine whether you need to seek GP advice. The tool asks a series of questions including whether you have cardiovascular disease, if you smoke or if you ...and more »

Most people have older 'heart age' than actual age, study reveals - The Bolton News;

Most people have older 'heart age' than actual age, study reveals - The Bolton News

The Bolton NewsMost people have older 'heart age' than actual age, study revealsThe Bolton NewsDon't be the last to know! Get the latest local news straight to your inbox. Sign up. The vast majority of people have an older "heart age" than their actual age, a new study suggests. An online test which calculates a person's risk of having a heart ...and more »

4 in 5 people have a heart 'older than they are' - don't ignore heart disease signs - Bournemouth Echo;

4 in 5 people have a heart 'older than they are' - don't ignore heart disease signs - Bournemouth Echo

Bournemouth Echo4 in 5 people have a heart 'older than they are' - don't ignore heart disease signsBournemouth EchoDon't be the last to know! Get the latest local news straight to your inbox. Sign up. A BOURNEMOUTH consultant has urged people to stop ignoring symptoms of heart disease after a new study suggests the vast majority of people have an older "heart age" ...and more »

WHO for controlled tobacco use to avoid heart ailments - The Statesman;

WHO for controlled tobacco use to avoid heart ailments - The Statesman

The StatesmanWHO for controlled tobacco use to avoid heart ailmentsThe StatesmanTo decrease the burden of heart-related ailments, which claims over 8 million lives in Southeast Asia, the WHO on Wednesday asked India and other countries in the region to join hands with non-health sector bodies to control consumption of tobacco and ...and more »

Close Modal Dialog - New Zealand Herald

Close Modal DialogNew Zealand HeraldThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Captions Settings Dialog. Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window. Text. Color. White, Black, Red, Green, Blue ...and more »

17 worst habits for your heart - KESQ;

17 worst habits for your heart - KESQ

KESQ17 worst habits for your heartKESQWith Thursday marking World Heart Day, click on to find out which of these 17 bad heart habits you may be breaking, according to Health magazine. Heart Habits - Empty Calories_1898738632142835 iStock/Piksel. 17. Eating Empty Calories -- Studies have ...and more »