Heart Disease

Poor sleep linked to increased heart disease risk: BMC Medicine study

Insufficient sleep, insomnia, snoring, going to bed late, and daytime sleepiness is associated with a loss of around two years of normal heart health in men and women.

published on : 3rd March 2023

Keeping heart diseases at bay

Heart diseases are preventable in almost 80% of cases. Following preventive cardiology, patients can save themselves from heart diseases to an extent.

published on : 2nd March 2023

Signs of heart attack

Is chest pain the only sign of heart attack? Here are some of facts busting the myth about one of the most common fatal diseases

published on : 3rd November 2022

‘Smaller body size makes Indians more prone to heart disease’

A new research done by a hospital has questioned the general perception about the Indians prone to Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) because of smaller diameter of their arteries.

published on : 2nd November 2022

Rise in heart diseases among people who had Covid-19: Doctors

Experts say the prevalence of heart-related problems among those below 50 years of age on the rise, recommend healthy diet, proper sleep and regular exercise

published on : 30th September 2022

India may beat US in cardiac deaths by 2030

Dr Karan Karekar, cardiologist, KC General Hospital, said heart issues are the leading cause of death in India followed by cancer.

published on : 29th September 2022

Delhi most polluted city in world: Global Air report

It mainly analyses two key air pollutants — PM 2.5 and NO2. PM 2.5 is the most dominant pollutant in Delhi’s air that can enter the lungs and the bloodstream and can cause adverse impact on health.

published on : 18th August 2022

Long-term ozone exposure increases cardiovascular mortality: Study

The study found that it was more prominent among participants aged 65 years and above, indicating that the elderly may be vulnerable to atmospheric ozone pollution.

published on : 20th June 2022

Heart problems, pneumonia, asthma claimed 42 per cent of total deaths in India in 2020

Certain infectious and parasitic diseases, which were the fourth leading cause of death, were mainly constituted by septicemia and tuberculosis and they claimed 7.1 per cent lives in 2020 in India.

published on : 26th May 2022

Spike in angioplasty cases points to cardiac diseases in Karnataka

Besides an increase in coronary heart related deaths, Karnataka is also seeing a rise in the number of people going through angioplasty.

published on : 8th March 2022

Erectile dysfunction may up heart disease risk: Study

Young men with erectile dysfunction may be at an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease - a leading cause of death worldwide, a study warns.

published on : 16th December 2017