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  • Menopausal hormone

    ‘Menopausal hormone therapy could be good for heart’

    After previous studies have failed to provide a clear answer on the effect of menopausal hormone therapy on heart health, a new UK study has found that the therapy could have a positive effect, potentially lowering the risk of heart failure.

  • Regular walking,

    Walking prevents heart failure in post-menopausal women

    Walking can be an effective and accessible way for post-menopausal women to improve their heart health according to new US research, which finds that walking for at least 40 minutes several times per week could reduce the risk of heart failure.

  • Plant-based diet

    Plant-based diet might reduce risk of heart failure

    New US research finds more evidence to suggest that eating a mostly plant-based diet could have benefits for health, finding that the diet is associated with a lower risk of developing heart failure among those with no diagnosed heart disease or heart failure.

  • Stents and surgery equally durable, safe: Study

    Study finds doctors can choose a treatment option between stents and surgery to reduce stroke risk based on ease, comfort and best fit for a patient's individual medical condition.

  • War crimes accused, another Kashimpur inmate die

    Two inmates of Kashimpur Central Jail, including a war crimes accused, have died yesterday because of what prison authorities said “heart failure”.