Heart Attack (Myocardial Infarction): Find information on heart attack including symptoms, treatment, prevention and diagnosis. Also read on facts about heart attacks, signs of heart attack in women and much more.
A polluted city harms your heart as much as smoking does. Thus, it is important for you to take all the necessary measures to keep pollutants away.
Anger is a natural human emotion characterized by resistance to someone or something. According to a recent study, outbursts of anger may trigger heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular problems in the two hours immediately afterwards.
Unhealthy diet, lack of exercise, being overweight and smoking are the top causes of heart attacks in adults. Find out if these are the same factors that are responsible for increasing heart attacks in youngsters.
Some health experts have raised concern over the habit of some individuals who pop an aspirin on a daily basis. Here are some insights.
A new research suggests that you can actually stop a heart attack in its tracts, that too in just a minute. All you need is cayenne pepper.
Not everyone having a heart attack is alarmed by a particular symptom. But, chest pain, feeling of pressure, heaviness, tightness or numbness are some of the commonly experienced heart attack symptoms in men.
A heart disease does not necessarily show up symptoms till the later stages. By the time you discover the trouble, matters can go out of hand. To provide timely treatment it is important to recognize the heart problems.
The results of a new study from Finland will give you enough reasons to incorporate sauna into your schedule. Prevention from fatal cardiac arrests, boost in heart health, improved endothelial function are just some of the perks.
According to recent study at the University of Southern California, coronary heart disease is on a rise in middle-aged women and the trend seems to worsen with time.
It is after any major medical condition that you will have to make a few lifestyle changes, heart attack being no different. The lifestyle changes are made to keep medical complications to a minimum.