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Kids watching TV for more than 2 hours at greater risk of blood pressure

A new study has demonstrated that children are likelier to have a higher risk of high blood pressure if they watch more than 2 hours of TV a day.

Why losing your temper can literally kill you

 A new study has revealed that angry outburst or anxiety can trigger heart attack within hours.

Toxic gas new frontier for regulating hypertension

Widely considered simply a malodourous toxic gas, hydrogen sulfide may help treat high blood pressure, a new study suggests.

Reduction in systolic BP below 140, important in primary stroke prevention

A new research has revealed that people 60 or older, especially minorities and women, have a lower risk of stroke if the top number (systolic) in their blood pressure is below 140 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg).

Coconut oil and exercise combo can triumph over high BP

Combination of coconut oil and physical exercise can beat high bold pressure, scientists have claimed.

Why is it important to include dried fruits in our diet!

There is no truth about fresh fruits being better and healthier than the dried ones. What is important is whether the fruit contains the necessary vitamins and minerals that your body requires, where it is from and how it is grown or dried.

Heavy drinking ups stroke risk more than BP, diabetes

More than two drinks a day in middle-age may raise your stroke risk more than traditional factors such as high blood pressure and diabetes, warns a study.

Follow new BP guidelines and avoid heart disease

If new hypertension guidelines are followed sincerely, it could help us significantly prevent deaths owing to cardiovascular diseases (CVD) each year without increasing overall health care costs, an analysis conducted by researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) found.

Now, miracle jab that is better than 'dieting or exercising'

A new miracle injection called Liraglutide has recently been developed that has helped people shed an average 19lbs a year, so it has been considered better than dieting or exercising.

BPA exposure worse for female hearts than males

A new study has revealed that bisphenol A (BPA) exposure may put females at greater risk of damage from stress as compared to males.

Beetroot juice boosts exercise function in heart patients

A small yet significant study shows that beetroot juice improves exercise function in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients.

'Implantable' paperclip size device can significantly lower blood pressure

 A paperclip size device that can be implanted in just 40 minutes has been able to lower dangerously high blood pressure in a trial group of patients.

Avoid excess alcohol, heavy workout during winter

 Following the drop in temperature during winter, health experts have urged people to avoid excess alcohol intake and heavy physical activity to keep the body warm, as it can lead to heart attack.

Know why kiwi fruit is good for health!

Zee Media Bureau/Irengbam Jenny

New Delhi: Kiwi fruit or kiwi has a sweet and unique flavour. Besides its exotic taste, the fruit contains numerous phytonutrients and is packed with more vitamins and minerals that promotes health.

Consume less salt to reduce stomach cancer risk

A new study has revealed that excessive salt consumption, which is well known for causing high blood pressure and heart disease, can also increase the risk of stomach cancer.

Separation from iPhone can lead to anxiety

Researchers from the University of Missouri (MU) have found that separation from cell phone can have serious psychological and physiological effects on iPhone users, including poor performance on cognitive tests.

One cup of blueberries daily reduces BP

Just a cup of blueberries every day could help reduce blood pressure and arterial stiffness, both of which are associated with heart disease.

Exercising during pregnancy lowers high BP risk for kids in later life

Mothers can lower the chances of their offspring developing a high blood pressure problem as adults, by exercising while expecting, claims a new research.

Chronic high BP may cause glaucoma

Scientists have discovered people who had chronic high bold pressure were at increased risk of developing glaucoma.

`Healthy obesity` does not last, says study

People who are obese may appear healthy for a while but their condition declines over time, said a study out on Monday that followed more than 2,500 people for 20 years.