Tag Archives: Heart

Vegetable Fat Not the Route to a Healthy Heart: Study

Vegetable Fat Not the Route to a Healthy Heart: Study

    Paris, France – Replacing animal fat in the human diet with vegetable oil seems not to lower heart disease risk, and might even boost it, according to a study ...

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Broken Hearts at Higher Risk of Failing: Study

Broken Hearts at Higher Risk of Failing: Study

  Paris, France – The death of a life partner may trigger an irregular heartbeat, itself potentially life-threatening, said new research into the risk of dying from a broken heart. A ...

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Genetically High Cholesterol May Be More Common Than Thought

Genetically High Cholesterol May Be More Common Than Thought

  Miami, United States – People who are born with genetically high cholesterol may be about twice as common in the United States as previously believed, according to new research published. ...

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Happiness Can Break Your Heart: Doctors

Happiness Can Break Your Heart: Doctors

  Paris, France – Joyful events — the birth of a child, a big win by your team — can trigger a dangerous condition called the “broken heart syndrome”, doctors and ...

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Family Can Help Loved One Manage Hypertension

Family Can Help Loved One Manage Hypertension

  High blood pressure that can touch off heart attack or stroke remains a menace looming over the populace. Department of Health (DOH) records show that over 276Filipinos die of ...

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Healthy Lifestyle Key to Hypertension Prevention, Control

Healthy Lifestyle Key to Hypertension Prevention, Control

  Adopting a healthy lifestyle is a critical step in preventing and treating hypertension. According to the American Heart Association, lifestyle changes may lower blood pressure without the use of ...

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Busting Hypertension Myths

Busting Hypertension Myths

  Busting myths about ‘the silent killer’ HYPERTENSION has been called as ‘the silent killer.’ It strikes any moment. It proffers no symptoms that can alert a victim whose risks ...

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