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Missing breakfast may increase the risk of heart attack

Many researchers have found that skipping breakfast or taking a very light breakfast is not good for health and causes an increase in the risk of heart attack. In fact, studies say, out of total calorie intake by the body, the largest share should be from breakfast, i.e. breakfast should…

Low Education Doubles Risk Of Heart Attack

Have you ever heard of the link between low education and the risk of a cardiac arrest? Well, a research fellow of the Australian National University, Rosemary Korda, gives an insight into this disturbing but vivid finding. For establishing the link between risk of cardiovascular diseases, like cases of heart…

Failure In Heart Attack Care Is Leading To Thousands Of Deaths In UK

Negligence in taking care of patients who have suffered from a sudden severe instance of abnormal heart functioning especially coronary thrombosis is the main cause of thousands of deaths of human beings. As per the analysis was done by the researchers of Leeds University 33,000 deaths could have been prevented…

Know the stroke and it’s warning signs

Stroke is an out of the blue disease which may cause an acute damage to your body.  Sometimes you may feel a simple headache and may put your working stress responsible for it, but have you ever thought what will happen if this headache is not that simple? A stroke may…

Increase In Job Losses Leading To More Heart Attacks

In the period of recession it is most commonly noticed that every alternative day people are losing their jobs leading to the occurrence of myocardial infarction. A sudden increase in the number of people suffering due to myocardial infarction has been seen and a recent cohort study on large scale…

Calorie Counter Can Prevent Sitting Professionals From Heart Attack Risks

Here’s something that will make you surprise if you are in a sedentary job or spend most of the time sitting. A study conducted with a sample size of 17,000 for 12 years reportedly found that the likelihood of facing a heart attack among people who sit for most part…