5 Signs You Have An Unhealthy Heart
Many people do not realise they have heart problems until it is too late. As much as this could be avoided by getting regular medical check-ups, there are still some tell-tale signs that show the heart needs attention. In a 2015 study that was published in JAMA, eight out of 10 men and women with…
Disease puts 1 in 5 globally at severe COVID-19 risk: study
An estimated 1.7 billion people -- more than 20 percent of the world's population -- risk becoming severely infected with COVID-19 due to underlying health problems such as obesity and heart disease, analysis showed Tuesday.
Antioxidants in oxidative stress identified
The diseases that are associated with an excess of free radicals are all very serious but the prevention of these diseases is as easy as taking 5 to 8 different antioxidants
7 Foods That Can Increase The Risk Of Heart Disease
The heart is the second most essential organ in the body and it should be taken proper care of starting from what we eat and knowing their effects and importance to the body. Here are seven foods to refrain from in order to maintain a healthy heart according to WebMD Ice Cream Ice creams are…
Drinking green tea regularly lowers risk of stroke, heart disease by 25%
Recent study has found that drinking green tea three times a week could elongate people’s life and cut their risk of having a heart attack or stroke by 25 percent.
How human height predicts their risk of cancer, heart disease
Recent study has found that the size of various parts of the human body serves as a clue to know if they are at risk of a range of diseases, such as gout, high blood pressure, heart disease and cancer.
‘Adverse childhood experiences raise risk of mental disorders, heart disease’
With the rising rate of abuses on children in Nigeria and the world at large, experts have raised concern on the severe long-term health problems of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) on development into adulthood.
Why Hong Kong women are living longest at 87.658 years
According to latest figures from the 2019 World Population Review, Hong Kong women are expected to live longest at 87.658 years against 81.876 for their men but an average of 84.762 years.