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Cardiovascular illness linked to poor brain health in middle age: Research

According to recent research published in the online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, people with early cardiovascular disease may be more prone to experience memory and thinking issues as well as worse brain health in middle age.

Cardiovascular illness linked to worse middle-aged brain health: Research(Freepik)
Cardiovascular illness linked to worse middle-aged brain health: Research(Freepik)
Published on Jan 29, 2023 03:16 PM IST
ANI | | Posted by Akanksha Agnihotri, Washington

Consuming mixed tree nuts lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease: Research

In a paper published online this week in the journal, Nutrients, researchers found that consuming mixed tree nuts had a positive effect on the metabolism of the essential amino acid, tryptophan, in overweight and obese individuals.

Consuming mixed tree nuts lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease: Research(Shutterstock)
Consuming mixed tree nuts lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease: Research(Shutterstock)
Published on Jan 28, 2023 01:52 PM IST
ANI | | Posted by Akanksha Agnihotri, California

Yoga helps in improving cardiovascular health: Research

According to a three-month pilot research of hypertension individuals, adding yoga in a regular exercise training programme promotes cardiovascular health and wellness and is more efficient than stretching exercises.

Yoga decreased systolic blood pressure and resting heart rate, which reduced 10-year cardiovascular risk.(Prasanth Inturi)
Yoga decreased systolic blood pressure and resting heart rate, which reduced 10-year cardiovascular risk.(Prasanth Inturi)
Published on Dec 10, 2022 04:24 PM IST
ANI | | Posted by Akanksha Agnihotri, Quebec [canada]

Pneumonia triggers heart attack. Here are its symptoms and prevention tips

Research indicates that the greatest risk of heart complications occurs in the month after a pneumonia diagnosis and the risk can continue for up to a decade. Watch out for these warning signs or symptoms and here are tips to prevent cardiac complications or heart attacks during or after pneumonia

Pneumonia triggers heart attack. Here are its symptoms and prevention tips (Image by Tumisu from Pixabay )
Pneumonia triggers heart attack. Here are its symptoms and prevention tips (Image by Tumisu from Pixabay )
Updated on Nov 11, 2022 09:35 AM IST
ByZarafshan Shiraz, Delhi

The ‘normal’ blood pressure range is lower for women than for men: Research

According to a new study, women have a lower 'normal' blood pressure range than men. Investigators also found that women had a lower blood pressure threshold than men for risk of each specific cardiovascular disease type, including heart attack, heart failure, and stroke.

The ‘normal’ blood pressure range is lower for women than for men: Research(Pixabay)
The ‘normal’ blood pressure range is lower for women than for men: Research(Pixabay)
Published on Oct 17, 2022 01:58 PM IST
ANI | | Posted by Akanksha Agnihotri, Washington

Cardiovascular diseases are linked with an increased risk of adult ADHD: Study

According to a major observational study, those with ADHD are more likely than those without the illness to develop a variety of cardiovascular diseases.

Cardiovascular diseases are linked with an increased risk of adult ADHD: Study(gettyimages)
Cardiovascular diseases are linked with an increased risk of adult ADHD: Study(gettyimages)
Published on Sep 21, 2022 05:54 PM IST
ANI | | Posted by Akanksha Agnihotri, Washington [us]

Sudden cardiac death in young people could be avoided with better screening

A new study finds that symptoms, ECG abnormalities, or favourable family history are present in nearly nine out of ten cases of sudden cardiac death (SCD) caused by hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) in young people.

Sudden cardiac death in young people could be avoided with better screening(istockphoto)
Sudden cardiac death in young people could be avoided with better screening(istockphoto)
Published on Sep 16, 2022 07:14 PM IST
ANI | | Posted by Akanksha Agnihotri, Goteborg [sweden]

4 signs that you have heart failure and you don't know

Even healthy people who eat a balanced diet and exercise are susceptible to heart attacks. It is impossible to know who is the healthiest person in such a situation, since everyone is susceptible to heart attacks. Here are 4 signs that you have heart failure and you don't know

4 signs that you have heart failure and you don't know (Twitter/WebMD)
4 signs that you have heart failure and you don't know (Twitter/WebMD)
Updated on Sep 10, 2022 02:21 PM IST
ByZarafshan Shiraz, Delhi

Women and men share same risk factors for cardiovascular disease: Study

Researchers discovered that women and men share the majority of the same risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD).

Women and men share same risk factors for cardiovascular disease: Study(istockphoto)
Women and men share same risk factors for cardiovascular disease: Study(istockphoto)
Published on Sep 09, 2022 09:19 PM IST
ANI | | Posted by Akanksha Agnihotri, Hamilton (ontario) [canada]

Cell receptor crucial for cardiovascular health: Research

While treatments exist for the condition, which affects tens of millions of Americans, these remedies are not without side effects, and some variants of the disorder are treatment-resistant. The need for more effective therapies to address hypertension-related disease is therefore acute.

Cell receptor crucial for cardiovascular health: Research(Unsplash)
Cell receptor crucial for cardiovascular health: Research(Unsplash)
Published on Aug 06, 2022 11:30 AM IST
ANI | , Arizona

Relationship among diabetes, fat and cardiovascular disease: Study

In a reversal of scientific dogma, the findings suggest that vascular dysfunction may itself be the cause of undesirable metabolic changes that can lead to diabetes, not an effect as previously thought.

Relationship among diabetes, fat and cardiovascular disease: Study(Unsplash)
Relationship among diabetes, fat and cardiovascular disease: Study(Unsplash)
Published on Aug 06, 2022 10:28 AM IST
ANI | , Washington

Study: Time-restricted eating habits may reduce risk of cardiovascular disease

Using the Canadian Cardiovascular Society scoring system to calculate the 10-year Framingham Risk Score, the authors found that CVD risk decreased from 10.9 per cent to 8.6 per cent at the end of the trial period.

Study: Time-restricted eating habits may reduce risk of cardiovascular disease(Unsplash)
Study: Time-restricted eating habits may reduce risk of cardiovascular disease(Unsplash)
Published on Jun 06, 2022 09:28 AM IST
ANI | , Washington

Student debt can harm cardiovascular health in early middle age: Study

The individuals who repaid their student debt had better or equivalent health than individuals who never faced student debt, suggesting that relieving the burden of student debt could improve population health.

According to a new study, adults who do not repay college debt or take on new educational debt between young adulthood and early middle age are at increased risk of cardiovascular disease.(Unsplash)
According to a new study, adults who do not repay college debt or take on new educational debt between young adulthood and early middle age are at increased risk of cardiovascular disease.(Unsplash)
Published on May 03, 2022 07:45 PM IST
ANI |

High cardiovascular risk closesly related to depression symptoms: Study

Although it has been shown that depression could be a risk factor for developing cardiovascular disease, studies analysing the potential impact of cardiovascular health on developing depression are scarce.

High cardiovascular risk closesly related to depression symptoms: Study(Shutterstock)
High cardiovascular risk closesly related to depression symptoms: Study(Shutterstock)
Published on Apr 15, 2022 09:18 AM IST
ANI | , Washington

Eating two servings of avocados a week lowers cardiovascular disease risk: Study

Avocados contain dietary fibre, unsaturated fats especially monounsaturated fat (healthy fats) and other favourable components that have been associated with good cardiovascular health.

Eating two servings of avocados a week may lower cardiovascular disease risk? Here's what study says(Pixabay)
Eating two servings of avocados a week may lower cardiovascular disease risk? Here's what study says(Pixabay)
Published on Mar 31, 2022 10:58 AM IST
ANI | | Posted by Krishna Priya Pallavi, Dallas (texas)

Pregnant women with gestational diabetes at risk of cardiovascular diseases

Using participants in the UK Biobank, a database containing health information from an estimated 500,000 participants, researchers looked at the cardiovascular health of 219,330 women who had delivered at least one baby from 2006 to 2010.

Pregnant women with gestational diabetes at risk of cardiovascular diseases(Unsplash)
Pregnant women with gestational diabetes at risk of cardiovascular diseases(Unsplash)
Published on Feb 05, 2022 02:07 PM IST
ANI | , Washington

Cardiovascular risks may be worse for women in middle age: Study

A new research has found that the negative impact of most cardiovascular diseases on thinking and memory skills may be stronger for women than men.

Researchers found that most cardiovascular conditions were more strongly associated with cognitive function among women.(Pixabay)
Researchers found that most cardiovascular conditions were more strongly associated with cognitive function among women.(Pixabay)
Published on Jan 08, 2022 01:54 PM IST
ANI | | Posted by Parmita Uniyal

Gum disease heightens risk of mental illness, heart conditions: Study

A research conducted by the University of Birmingham showed an increased risk of patients developing illnesses including mental ill-health and heart conditions.

The researchers examined the data to establish how many of the patients with and without periodontal disease go on to develop cardiovascular disease(Shutterstock)
The researchers examined the data to establish how many of the patients with and without periodontal disease go on to develop cardiovascular disease(Shutterstock)
Published on Jan 01, 2022 04:06 PM IST
ANI | | Posted by Parmita Uniyal

Exposure to toxic metals may lead to clogged arteries: Study

A research has found that environmental exposure to low levels of the toxic metals arsenic, cadmium and titanium appears to increase the risk of plaque buildup in arteries in the neck, heart and legs.

Traces of metal may enter the body through contaminated soil that infiltrates food, through drinking water, air pollutants or tobacco smoke(Shutterstock)
Traces of metal may enter the body through contaminated soil that infiltrates food, through drinking water, air pollutants or tobacco smoke(Shutterstock)
Updated on Dec 27, 2021 02:49 PM IST
ANI |

Omega-3 fatty acids may help in reducing atherosclerosis: Study

"We've found that this receptor is dysregulated in atherosclerosis, indicating a disruption in the body's natural healing processes," said the study's first author Hildur Arnardottir, assistant professor at the Department of Medicine, Solna, Karolinska Institutet.

According to a new study, omega-3 fatty acids play a vital role in preventing inflammation in blood vessels and reducing atherosclerosis.(Unsplash)
According to a new study, omega-3 fatty acids play a vital role in preventing inflammation in blood vessels and reducing atherosclerosis.(Unsplash)
Published on Dec 20, 2021 04:41 PM IST
ANI |

Physical activity better for cardiovascular disease patients: Study

A new study has found that moderate to vigorous physical activity is associated with risk reductions of non-communicable diseases and mortality.

How cardiovascular health status affects the association between physical activity and health outcomes is not well understood.(Pixabay)
How cardiovascular health status affects the association between physical activity and health outcomes is not well understood.(Pixabay)
Published on Dec 04, 2021 07:10 PM IST
ANI | | Posted by Parmita Uniyal

Physical activity helps avoid health issues related with poor sleep says study

Both physical inactivity and poor sleep are independently associated with a heightened risk of death or cardiovascular disease and cancer. But it's not clear if they might exert a combined effect on health.

Physical activity helps avoid health issues related with poor sleep says study(Unsplash)
Physical activity helps avoid health issues related with poor sleep says study(Unsplash)
Published on Jul 04, 2021 07:32 AM IST
ANI | , Washington [us]

Milk and increased cholesterol level has no association? Here's what study says

A recent study of 2 million people suggests that milk consumption is not a significant issue for cardiovascular disease risk even though there was a small rise in BMI and body fat among milk drinkers

Milk and increased cholesterol level has no association? Here's what study says(Pixabay)
Milk and increased cholesterol level has no association? Here's what study says(Pixabay)
Updated on May 24, 2021 11:35 AM IST
ANI |

Risk of cardiovascular disease, death high in consumers of processed meat: Study

Researchers have found that consumption of 150 grams or more of processed meat a week was associated with a 46 per cent higher risk of cardiovascular disease and a 51 per cent higher risk of death than those who ate no processed meat.

Risk of cardiovascular disease, death high in consumers of processed meat: Study(Photo by Victoria Shes on Unsplash)
Risk of cardiovascular disease, death high in consumers of processed meat: Study(Photo by Victoria Shes on Unsplash)
Updated on Apr 04, 2021 09:14 PM IST
ANI |

Plant-based diet lowers risk of sudden death in postmenopausal women: Research

A new study has revealed that postmenopausal women who consume lots of plant-based protein are less likely to die suddenly or have cardiovascular infections and dementia-related demise.

Researchers reveal plant-based diet lowers risk of dementia-related death in women(Unsplash)
Researchers reveal plant-based diet lowers risk of dementia-related death in women(Unsplash)
Published on Feb 28, 2021 07:30 AM IST
ANI | , Washington

Too much consumption of coffee can cause cardiovascular issues

While many people are addicted to coffee and can't let go of the adrenaline rush it gives to the sip their favourite version- long black, espresso, or latte, a new study has revealed that too much of coffee could be detrimental for your heart health.

Researchers from the Australian Centre for Precision Health at the University of South Australia found that that long-term, heavy coffee consumption - six or more cups a day - can increase the number of lipids in your blood to significantly heighten your risk of cardiovascular disease.(Unsplash)
Researchers from the Australian Centre for Precision Health at the University of South Australia found that that long-term, heavy coffee consumption - six or more cups a day - can increase the number of lipids in your blood to significantly heighten your risk of cardiovascular disease.(Unsplash)
Published on Feb 18, 2021 05:12 PM IST
ANI | , Adelaide [australia]

Oral infections in childhood may increase risk of cardiovascular diseases in adulthood

Periodontitis in particular has been studied extensively, and currently, it is considered an independent risk factor for atherosclerotic vascular diseases.

The study was initiated in 1980 when clinical oral examinations were conducted. Cardiovascular risk factors were measured at several times.(Shutterstock)
The study was initiated in 1980 when clinical oral examinations were conducted. Cardiovascular risk factors were measured at several times.(Shutterstock)
Updated on Apr 30, 2019 10:31 AM IST
Asian News International | ByAsian News International, Washington D.c.

Heart health tip, include almonds in your daily diet to stay disease-free

Almonds are great for your heart health and can reduce cholesterol levels. A new study review tells you how much almonds you need to consume in a day. We also tell you about 5 other nuts to include in your diet.

Daily consumption of 45 grammes of almonds in any form (crushed, wholesome, or in snacks) can reduce cholesterol.(Shutterstock)
Daily consumption of 45 grammes of almonds in any form (crushed, wholesome, or in snacks) can reduce cholesterol.(Shutterstock)
Updated on Apr 29, 2018 03:33 PM IST
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