Jammu and Kashmir
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Diseases & Conditions
15-minute walk after meals could help cut Type 2 diabetes risk
A fifteen minute walk after each meal may help older people regulate blood sugar levels and could reduce their risk of developing type 2 diabetes
Diabetes-associated low BP linked to dementia
Scientists have shown that low blood pressure caused by diabetes can increase the risk of developing dementia, a study says.
Lack of vitamin D linked to hypertension
A new study led by an India researcher has confirmed that low levels of vitamin D can trigger hypertension.
Wrist sensor could help accurately measure blood pressure
Researchers suggest that a wrist sensor could improve how blood pressure is measured.
Soccer training can improve heart health in diabetic men
A new study has revealed that soccer training improves heart function, reduces blood pressure and elevates exercise capacity in patients with typ
Meditating 15 mins twice daily may cut cardiovascular disease risk in teens
Brisk walking for 30mins daily may cut BP risk
You`re fat if your waist is more than half your height
Blood pressure superpill could help ward off heart attack risk
New surgical procedure cuts high blood pressure better than drugs
Kimberley Walsh feels beautiful by doing body basics
Beautiful smile: Dental makeover on the upswing
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