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  • Women underinsured than men:Birla Sun Life Insurance survey Mar 07, 2017 06:47 PM IST

    Women underinsured than men:Birla Sun Life Insurance survey

    The report said that as of today, only 50 percent of women in the urban internet population in India have life insurance coverage as compared to 72 percent of men who have purchased life insurance solutions.

  • Apollo Hospitals Salutes Organ Donors - Celebrates "A second chance to live" Aug 24, 2015 04:06 PM IST

    Apollo Hospitals Salutes Organ Donors - Celebrates "A second chance to live"

    Apollo Hospitals, India’s leading healthcare service provider today reiterated its commitment to organ donation and transplantation by ...

  • Apollo Hospitals Salutes Organ Donors - Celebrates "A second chance to live" Aug 24, 2015 04:06 PM IST

    Apollo Hospitals Salutes Organ Donors - Celebrates "A second chance to live"

    Apollo Hospitals, India’s leading healthcare service provider today reiterated its commitment to organ donation and transplantation by ...

  • State-Of-The-Heart: How IIT Helps Combat Cardiovascular Diseases Nov 07, 2013 02:27 PM IST

    State-Of-The-Heart: How IIT Helps Combat Cardiovascular Diseases

    ARTSENS, developed by IIT Madras, cost effectively performs automatic measurements of arterial stiffness – a strong metric for prediction of future cardiovascular events.

  • Soon, simple blood test to spot arthritis early Jan 21, 2013 03:28 PM IST

    Soon, simple blood test to spot arthritis early

    Scientists have made a genetic breakthrough into the underlying causes of arthritis which they claim could result in a simple blood test to predict who is at risk of the crippling disease.

  • Anxiety can trigger heart palpitations: expert Dec 25, 2012 02:55 PM IST

    Anxiety can trigger heart palpitations: expert

    Anxiety in "young highly-strung personalities" may cause the heart to palpitate, resulting in potentially life-threatening problems, a leading cardiologist has cautioned.

  • 'Too much exercise can wear out your heart' Nov 30, 2012 05:01 PM IST

    'Too much exercise can wear out your heart'

    Too much exercise may damage your heart, doctors have warned, suggesting that rather than adding years to their lives, fitness freaks could be working themselves into an early grave.

  • New technique to save kids born with 'half a heart' Nov 07, 2012 06:04 PM IST

    New technique to save kids born with 'half a heart'

    Researchers have established a new approach to treat children born with 'half a heart' due to hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS). The new strategy called 'staged left ventricle recruitment' (SLVR) was developed by researchers from the Boston Children's Hospital in US.

  • Scientists say heartbeat could power pacemakers Nov 05, 2012 08:52 AM IST

    Scientists say heartbeat could power pacemakers

    Your own beating heart may generate enough electricity to power a heart-regulating pacemaker, ending the need for expensive surgeries to replace expiring batteries, according to an early study of an experimental energy-converting device.

  • Stressed at work? Look out for your heart Sep 14, 2012 08:32 AM IST

    Stressed at work? Look out for your heart

    People who have highly demanding jobs and little freedom to make decisions are 23% more likely to have a heart attack compared with their less stressed out colleagues, according to research published on Friday.

  • Millions of Americans have uncontrolled BP: Report Sep 05, 2012 03:36 AM IST

    Millions of Americans have uncontrolled BP: Report

    Nearly half of about 67 million Americans with high blood pressure are not effectively treating their condition and face a high risk of a heart attack or stroke, a U.S. health official said on Tuesday.

  • 'Fast one day and binge-eat the next to shed kilos' Aug 30, 2012 06:19 PM IST

    'Fast one day and binge-eat the next to shed kilos'

    You might want to try the latest craze of 'alternate-day dieting' to shed flab! This new trend involves eating to your heart's content one day and literally starving on the next. It's known as 'intermittent fasting' or 'alternate-day dieting' and fans claim the pounds just drop off.

  • For heart ailments, beer belly risker than obesity Aug 28, 2012 05:34 PM IST

    For heart ailments, beer belly risker than obesity

    Your beer belly might put you at a higher risk of heart disease even if you are not overweight, a new research has claimed.

  • 'ARC' proteins could reverse acute liver failure: Study Aug 06, 2012 05:37 PM IST

    'ARC' proteins could reverse acute liver failure: Study

    Scientists claim to have found that the recently discovered protein could reverse acute liver failure in humans, following its success in experiments done on mice.

  • Low levels of carbon monoxide can be fatal: Study Aug 06, 2012 03:45 PM IST

    Low levels of carbon monoxide can be fatal: Study

    Even low levels of carbon monoxide, common in heavy traffic can disrupt your heart's rhythm and prove fatal, a new research has claimed.

  • Dara Singh in hospital, condition critical Jul 08, 2012 02:08 PM IST

    Dara Singh in hospital, condition critical

    Wrestler-turned-actor Dara Singh, who is known for his roles in "King Kong" and "Faulad", suffered cardiac arrest and was admitted to a city hospital in a "critical" condition, according to the doctors.

  • Chocolate may be good for your heart: Study Mar 02, 2012 06:10 PM IST

    Chocolate may be good for your heart: Study

    Eating chocolate is not only a treat for the tongue -- it may also have some tangible benefits for heart health, such as lowering blood pressure slightly, according to a study involving more than a thousand people.

  • Can you trust a sleepy surgeon with your heart? May 23, 2011 12:58 PM IST

    Can you trust a sleepy surgeon with your heart?

    Leaving your heart in the hands of a sleepy surgeon may sound terrifying, but according to a Canadian study there is little to worry about.

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