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28 Jun 2017
Over the past few decades, death rates linked to cancer and heart disease have declined in most developed nations, thanks to more effective prevention strategies, early detection and greater access to quality health care.
16 Jun 2017
Going to university slashes the risk of heart disease, particularly among women, new research shows. Statistics show people with the worst education are much more likely to develop the cardiovascular condition.
19 May 2017
Eating roast beef and lamb, popularly called Suya in Nigeria, increases your chances of dying from nine major diseases, according to new research.
30 Mar 2017
Worried by the increasing cases of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) and related deaths in the country, an American-trained cardiologist and medical director of United Heart Hospital and Clinic, Lagos, Dr. Eugene Nwosu, has proffered solutions.
15 Mar 2017
Research led by Dr. William Tigbe, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick found workers who have a desk-bound job have bigger waists and increased risk of heart disease.
28 Feb 2017
Heart diseases are more frequent in children and the causes are more diverse than in adults. Also, some heart diseases (acquired and congenital) in adults originate during childhood
15 Jan 2017
Apart from congenital heart disease, CVDs are largely, chronic disorder developing more often than not, insidiously; throughout life and usually progressing to an advanced stage by the time symptoms occur.
21 Sep 2016
More Nigerians are now at risk of hypertension and other heart diseases, the Nigerian Cancer Society has alerted.Chief Consultant Cardiologist at the National Hospital, Abuja, Dr. Tochukwu Uwaezuoke....
18 Aug 2016
Nigerians have been advised to be conscious of what they eat and drink to minimize the risk of heart-related diseases.A cardiologist based in the United States (U.S.), Dr Sabu George, yesterday alerted that many of staple food and beverages...

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