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Work stress doubles heart disease risk in men; essential heart care tips

According to a new study, men who experience stressful working conditions and receive low rewards have nearly twice the risk of heart disease.

Work stress can also lead to plaque build-up and increase in blood pressure which in turn can affect heart. Mindfulness, exercise, meditation, stress relieving activities can help keep heart issues due to stress at bay.(Freepik)
Published on Sep 30, 2023 11:47 AM IST
By, New Delhi

DMCH holds medical camps to mark World Heart Day

This year’s theme for World Heart Day is “Use heart, know heart”; DMCH is commemorating the 100th birth anniversary of Dr Brij Mohan Lall Munjal

Dr Bishav Mohan addressing the media on the occasion of World Heart Day at DMCH Hospital, Ludhiana, on Friday (Manish/HT)
Published on Sep 29, 2023 10:43 PM IST
By, Ludhiana

Top 4 heart diseases that can affect your dogs and cats

Heart diseases in dogs and cats are not so easy to detect as they have a tendency to hide their illnesses. Here are some common heart disorders in pets.

This World Heart Day, let us take a look at issues concerning our pets and animals, and stay aware so that better care can be given to them(Freepik)
Published on Sep 29, 2023 04:36 PM IST
By, New Delhi

World Heart Day 2023: 6 heart-healthy benefits of a plant-centric diet

World Heart Day 2023: Nutrition expert reveals some key elements that make plant-centric diet a powerful choice for heart health

World Heart Day: Combating stress to reducing bad cholesterol levels, 6 heart-healthy benefits of a plant-centric diet (Shutterstock)
Published on Sep 29, 2023 03:46 PM IST
ByZarafshan Shiraz, New Delhi

World Heart Day: Early warning signs of heart attack women may have weeks before

Heart attack warning signs in some women may be detected weeks earlier. Pay attention to these early signs that can save lives and minimise damage.

Most of the women who develop heart disease do develop symptoms much prior to the heart attack or the cardiac event, but a lot of times these symptoms are underplayed.(Shutterstock)
Published on Sep 29, 2023 01:49 PM IST
By, New Delhi
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