Steps To Take After a Heart Attack to Ensure Complete Recovery

People mostly survive their first heart attack and return to their normal life and enjoy further years of productive activity. But having a heart attack also means that you need to make certain changes in your life and lifestyle. A heart attack is a life-threatening medical condition in which the blood flows to the heart and then suddenly stops. Surviving a heart attack however depends on how quickly it is treated and on its severity. Adherence to correct form of treatment while sticking to a heart healthy lifestyle may help prevent future hear... Read more ...


Women And Heart Disease – Yes, Gender Matters!

The fact is written on the wall – Heart disease stands as the leading cause of death among women. Facts about Women and Heart Disease – Spotlight Cardiovascular diseases cause 1 in 3 women’s deaths, every year 44 million women in the U.S. are affected by heart diseases 90% of women have more risk factors for heart disease or stroke Women have a higher lifetime risk of stroke than men. 64% of women who die suddenly of coronary heart disease have no previous symptoms 80% of heart disease and stroke events may be prevented by lifestyl... Read more ...


Dr. Tarun Praharaj – The Cardiologist, Who Treated Mother Teresa Has Been Featured in the Wall Street Journal

Mother Teresa remained an enigma all her life. The words shared by Dr. Tarun Praharaj – the cardiologist, who treated Mother Teresa, may throw some light on ‘Human Mother Teresa’ behind and beyond the legend. Dr. Praharaj started treating the Mother after she had a massive heart attack in the year 1993. Together with Dr Patricia Aubanel, Dr. Praharaj did an angiography. While mother was an enigma, an emblem of divinity and the God to Dr. Praharaj, Mother on the other hand, shared the tender ‘Mother and Son’ bond with him. Mother ... Read more ...


Make Your Heart Health a Priority On This World Heart Day!

Happy World Heart Day! Yes; we want you all to understand what you can actually do to keep your heart healthy. So; what’s this World Heart Day all about? For the uninitiated; World Heart Day (29th September) is the World Heart Federation’s awareness raising platform for heart health and heart disease. It was launched in the year 2009 and since then it has grown rapidly. It now enjoys a mammoth global support and participation. a matter of fact; heart disease stands as the leading cause of disability and death, killing around 17.5 million pe... Read more ...


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