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Attention men! Frequent sex in later years not good for you

Older men who had sex once a week or more were much more likely to experience cardiovascular events five years later than men who were sexually inactive, the study found.

Heart attack and stroke prevention: Ways to reduce your risk!

There are steps you can take to help prevent a heart attack or a stroke. These steps involve taking medications and making heart-healthy lifestyle changes.

Do you know low socioeconomic status can be a factor for heart attack? - Read

The study, published in the journal European Society of Cardiology, found that the risk of a second attack was 36 per cent lower for those in the highest income quintile than those with the lowest. 

Walking can cut cardiovascular death by half

 Moderate physical activities such as walking and cycling are associated with a greater than 50 per cent reduction in cardiovascular death in people over the age of 65, says a study.

Vaishno Devi-bound pilgrim dies due to heart attack

A 54-year-old Vaishno Devi-bound pilgrim died apparently after suffering a heart attack in Katra town of Jammu and Kashmir's Reasi district today.

Reasons why you're having chest pain!

 Depending on its cause, chest pain may vary ranging from a sharp stab to a tight, squeezing or crushing sensation.

Five surprising health benefits of staying hydrated!

Water is so important to help maintain temperature, remove waste and regulate all bodily fuctions.  

Gallstone disease may increase heart disease risk

Individuals with a history of gallstone disease may increase the risk of coronary heart disease, reveals a research.

Stroke: Identify these factors and reduce your risk!

Most strokes occur when an artery that carries blood to the brain is blocked and the blood supply to the brain is cut off.

10 lifestyle changes to deal with heartburn!

Heartburn usually occurs after eating a big meal or while lying down, which can last for a few minutes or a few hours.

Five foods that can help lower bad cholesterol! (Watch slideshow)

Five foods that can help lower bad cholesterol! (Watch slideshow)

Five foods that can help lower bad cholesterol! (Watch slideshow)

Five surprising health benefits of laughter you didn't know about!

A good, hearty laugh is beneficial to humanity in countless ways. Some researchers believe laughter might be the best medicine.

Overweight twins may up diabetes risk

During a follow-up period of on average 12.4 years, differences between the twins were compared when it comes to incidents of mortality, heart attack and type 2 diabetes.

Here's what puts you at high risk for a heart attack!

 Understanding the risk factors and taking steps toward a heart-healthy lifestyle early can help prevent a heart attack.

Former Roadies winner Aanchal Khurana suffers cardiac arrest—Details inside

Former Roadies winner Aanchal Khurana suffers cardiac arrest—Details inside

Former Roadies winner Aanchal Khurana suffers cardiac arrest

Traffic noise increases heart attack risk: Study

Zee Media Bureau

London: Are you living near the highway with lots traffic noises? Well, researchers found out that the amount of traffic noise to which you are exposed increases the risk of heart attack.

This father went to confront his daughter's teasers and promised to come back - but he never returned

This father went to confront his daughter's teasers and promised to come back - but he never returned

The Kerala Police have registered a case of murder and booked three men after a 50-year-old man died while confronting his daughter's eve-teasers in Paloor here.

New method to reveal heart attack risk

Levels of cholesterol and triglycerides, body mass index (BMI), smoking habits and blood pressure are considered as traditional risk factors for cardiovascular disease. There are several risk prediction calculators available today.

Viagra - The new wonder pill for heart attacks?

Studies have shown that drugs normally used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction, such as Viagra, actually have a very pronounced effect in slowing the progression of heart failure as well as reducing the likelihood of fatal arrhythmias.

Key protein in preventing heart attacks identified

Researchers at the University of Missouri have found that Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 (IGF-1), a protein that is naturally found in high levels among adolescents, can help prevent arteries from clogging.