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Coronary heart disease – things you must know

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the number one cause of death globally. Study shows that with certain precautions, one can significantly lower the risk of having a heart attack. A description of the causes, symptoms, preventive measures and other important facts about heart diseases has been provided below.

June 8, 2022
June 8, 2022

CPR: Essential First Aid for saving lives

Anyone can learn CPR to make home and workplace safer. To learn CPR, there are tonnes of inexpensive ways to learn it. Anyone can learn to become a life saver.

June 5, 2022
June 5, 2022

Coronary heart disease – things you must know

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the number one cause of death globally. Study shows that with certain precautions, one can significantly lower the risk of having a heart attack. A description of the causes, symptoms, preventive measures and other important facts about heart diseases has been provided below.

June 9, 2016
June 9, 2016

Keshi dies

Former Nigeria defender Stephen Keshi, who won the African Nations Cup as both a player and a coach, dies of a suspected heart attack on Wednesday, the country's football association has confirmed.

May 19, 2016
May 19, 2016

Taylor engaged to Naylor

Former England batsman James Taylor has announced his engagement just weeks after being forced to retire at the age of 26 because of a serious heart condition.

April 5, 2016
April 5, 2016

Vitamin D 'heals damaged hearts'

Vitamin D supplements may help people with diseased hearts, a study suggests.

March 13, 2016
March 13, 2016

High blood pressure and hard labor may boost heart attack risk

Women with high blood pressure and physically demanding jobs are much more likely to have heart attacks than peers who are less active at work and have normal blood pressure, a recent study suggests.

January 26, 2016
January 26, 2016

Heart attack causes and symptoms are different in women than men

The causes of heart attacks and the warning symptoms that can signal the need for immediate medical attention are different in women than in men, according to a scientific statement issued today by the American Heart Association.