How red wine helps keep heart diseases at bay

Natural substance found in red wine, resveratrol, inhibits the formation of inflammatory factors that generates cardiovascular diseases.

Air pollution in Delhi worst during winter: Study

Air pollution in Delhi is worst during winter season, a study said Tuesday.

Obesity silently damages heart

Obese people without an overt manifestation of heart disease experience silent cardiac damage that fuels risk of heart failure in the future, with new research suggesting that obesity is an independent driver of heart muscle damage.

Groundbreaking find may make heart attacks history

A new study has revealed that scientists may soon be able to cure cardiovascular diseases with drugs, after researchers identified defects in a colossal heart protein which often leads to stroke and heart failure.

Fatigue, irritability, demoralization may increase heart disease risk

A new research has examined that fatigue, increased irritability, and feeling demoralized, may increase a healthy man or woman's risk of first-time cardiovascular disease by 36 percent.

India to lose over $4.58 trillion to non-communicable diseases

India stands to lose a whopping USD 4.58 trillion to non-communicable diseases and mental disorders between 2012 and 2030, an amount more than double India's annual GDP, a report says.

Grain oats may be panacea for all ills

A new research has listed the promising and established health benefits of whole grain oats revealing that oats may play an important role in improving satiety, diet quality and digestive, cardiovascular and general metabolic health.

Heart disease risk not affected by where you live

A new research has demonstrated that it doesn't really matter where one lives i.e. in rural or urban areas if one is suffering from a heart disease.

Mental stress affects men, women differently

A new study has revealed that men and women have different cardiovascular and psychological reactions to mental stress.

5 reasons how flaxseeds contribute to your good health

Zee Media Bureau/Shruti Saxena

New Delhi: Yes, the small little seeds can have multiple health benefits. Adding flaxseeds to your diet will not only help improving your heart's health but will also aid in bettter digestion.

Over 68 percent Delhi women at risk of cardiovascular diseases

Over 68 percent of women above the age of 35 years in Delhi are at the risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVD), revealed a survey report Thursday.

New drug effective in treating heart failure

An experimental drug has reduced deaths from chronic heart failure by 20 per cent compared with an existing treatment, a new study has claimed.

Five daily portions of fruit, vegetables lower death risk

Add a substantial amount of fruits and vegetables in your diet - at least five portions - and live your life disease free.

Daily running can lower death risk

A new US study has suggested that running everyday, even for a few minutes, can significantly reduce a person`s risk of dying from cardiovascular diseases.

Drink less to keep your heart healthy

Reducing the amount of alcoholic beverages consumed, even for light-to-moderate drinkers, may promote cardiovascular health, according to a new study by the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.

Prolonged low-dose aspirin use may slash pancreatic cancer risk

A new study has revealed that continuous use of low-dose aspirin may lower the risk for developing pancreatic cancer.

`Tomato pill` helpful for patients with cardiovascular disease

A new research from the University of Cambridge has revealed that a daily supplement of an extract found in tomatoes may improve the function of blood vessels in patients with cardiovascular disease.

5 signs you may have heart attack

Heart attack is one of the deadly diseases which may prove fatal if not treated on time. It is regarded as the leading cause of death for people over the age of 40.

Risks related to heart disease on world meet agenda

Risks associated with cardiovascular diseases, especially high salt intake, will be discussed at a global conference on heart disease, a release said here Wednesday.

Setting clocks ahead 1 hour may accelerate cardiac events

A new study has revealed that setting clocks 1 hour ahead may accelerate cardiac events in some.