Ten minutes of high intensity exercise can improve heart health in teens

A new study has revealed that short and high intensity exercise can reduce an adolescent's risk of developing a heart condition.

DNA: Things we must know about heart diseases on World Heart Day

World Heart Day is celebrated every year on 29th September with the intent of raising awareness about cardiovascular disease. Every year has a different theme which tackles different aspects of heart disease. This year, the theme on World Heart Day is creating heart-healthy environments.

World Heart Day: How to prevent heart diseases

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New Delhi: Heart diseases also known as cardiovascular diseases have become the leading cause of deaths around the world.

World Heart Day 2015: Create healthy heart environment!

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Every year on 29th of September, World Heart Day is celebrated throughout the world. It is an annual international campaign initiated to spread awareness among the people about heart related diseases and how to prevent from it.

Lesser known benefits of lettuce!

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New Delhi: Who doesn't want to eat the leafy green vegetable, lettuce? Be it in your crunchy green salads, sandwiches or burger, these leafy vegetables are the most sought after greens.

Air pollution linked to increased deaths from heart disease

Even minuscule increases in the amount of tiny chemical particles -- by 10 micrograms per cubic metre of air, for example -- lead to roughly a 10 percent increase in risk of death due to heart disease.

Gut bacteria key to good cholesterol, heart health

Bacteria living in your gut may impact your weight, fat and good cholesterol levels - necessary to help maintain a healthy heart.

Be grateful to people for healthier heart

Showing gratitude towards people, appreciating their good work and having a thankful outlook towards life can result in an improved mental and physical health in patients with asymptomatic heart failure, a new research shows.

Eating at 'right' time key to healthy heart

A new study has revealed that eating at the right time is as important as what the person is eating in order to maintain a healthy heart.

Sitting for long hours ups heart attack risk

Caught into a sitting job? It's time to make some lifestyle changes for your heart's health as sitting for too long everyday can increase the risk of an heart attack, as per a recent study.

Healthy heart can help prevent Alzheimer's disease

A new study has revealed that healthy heart can help prevent Alzheimer's disease.

Follow these 9-steps to ensure a healthier heart

 Scientist at the Vanderbilt University has compiled a list, the acts on which if followed can ensure a healthier heart.

Tips for keeping your heart healthy!

A healthy heart is the way to healthy living, they say.

How to improve your heart's health this season

With holiday season round the corner, it is easy to delve into foods which are high in cholesterol, increases the risk of high blood pressure and have poor circulation, which are 3 major factors that affect overall heart health.

Healthy fat in olive oil may repair failing hearts

Oleate, a common dietary fat found in olive oil, may help restore proper metabolism of fuel that gets disturbed in case of heart failure, a study suggests.

Eating soy early protects women`s heart for life

Do you eat soy products daily? Do not exclude them from your diet, especially if you are a woman, for a healthy heart. The key, however, is to begin eating soy early in life.

Key to healthy heart hidden in obese polar bears!

Polar bears are the most fat-obsessed beasts but have healthy hearts and this may hold the genetic key for humans to avoid heart disease, a promising research has found.

Ladies! Have fruits for super heart

Reinforcing the importance of developing healthy eating habits early in life, researchers have found that women who eat a diet rich in fruits and vegetables are less likely to develop heart diseases.

Sprouting garlic has more heart-healthy antioxidants than fresher counterparts

Researchers have found that old garlic bulbs with bright green shoots have even more heart-healthy antioxidant activity than its fresher counterparts and are therefore goof for heart health.

Five numbers to remember to keep your heart healthy

Apart from pass codes, phone numbers, social security numbers, clothing sizes and addresses, heart experts at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center suggest that there are five more you need to know to help keep your cardiovascular system healthy.