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Category Archives: Heart Diseases

Hontiveros wants gov’t to control prices of medicines – Manila Bulletin

Posted: November 5, 2019 at 2:46 pm

Published November 5, 2019, 6:41 PM By Hannah Torregoza Senator Risa Hontiveros on Tuesday called on the Duterte administration to immediately exercise price control and regulatory powers granted under the Cheaper Medicines Law or Republic Act No. 9502, in order to bring down the price of medicines while the government grapples with the multiple health emergencies facing the country. Sen Continue reading

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Global Structural Heart Disease Treatment Devices Market Report to Share Key Aspects of the Industry with the details of Influence Factors – Market…

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Structural heart disease treatment devices are repair and replacement devices used for the treatment of structural heart diseases that could lead to a heart attack, or any other issue occurring in the valves or vessels of the heart. Continue reading

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Regional health department head asks commissioners to ban smoking on county property – McCook Daily Gazette

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McCOOK, Neb. Myra Stoney, director of the Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department, told Red Willow County commissioners Monday morning she wants them to consider "No Smoking," "No Tobacco" and "No Vaping" restrictions on county property Continue reading

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Children in schools and daycares across Canada are exposed to unsafe water – Global News

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Many children in schools and daycares across Canada are likely being exposed to dangerous levels of lead in their drinking water and dont know it, because most provinces arent requiring comprehensive testing at the taps, according to a collection of provincial studies and internal briefing material. The internal briefing material included memos and other advice prepared for high-ranking government officials in several provinces. These documents were released through freedom of information legislation to Global News as part of a joint year-long investigation into drinking water in partnership with Concordia Universitys Institute for Investigative Journalism and other media organizations Continue reading

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Lower Physical Activity Leads To Higher Death Rates, Says Study; Here Are Some Clever Ways To Move More Throughout The Day – Doctor NDTV

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Do you exercise daily? There are many health hazards associated with low physical activity Continue reading

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Heart attack leading cause of death – The Star Online

Posted: November 2, 2019 at 8:43 pm

KUALA LUMPUR: Heart attack remains the leading cause of death in Malaysia for the 14th year. Ischaemic heart diseases, which occur when arteries of the heart cannot deliver enough oxygen-rich blood to the heart, continued to be the main cause of death in Malaysia last year with a total of 18,267 deaths or 15.6% of total deaths from various causes, the latest Statistics on Causes of Death in Malaysia released by the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM) revealed Continue reading

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Obesity can have severe effects on cats – The Daily World

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Bulimia Is Associated With Increased Risk of Heart Diseases And Premature Death – International Business Times

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Bulimia Nervosa is one of the most common psychiatric disorders among women which is said to affect about 1.5% of the population. New research points out that women with this condition who are serious enough to be hospitalized have about four times higher risk for heart diseases and premature death. Continue reading

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Every day is ‘Diabetes Day’ for thousands of Oklahomans – Tulsa World

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November is National Diabetes Month. However, for almost a half-million Oklahomans, every day is diabetes day. According to the American Diabetes Association, over 451,000 Oklahomans have diabetes and more than a million are pre-diabetic. Continue reading

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Air pollution contributing to increase in heart problems: Doctors – Hindustan Times

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Pain between the naval region and the lower jaw, spreading till the hands, could signal heart trouble, said experts at a medical event -- Newer prospective in cardiac management -- organised here by a hospital on Saturday. Such a pain should not be taken lightly. In fact, if a person experiencing a heart attack reaches the hospital within the first 60 minutes -- also known as the golden hour -- and gets the required medical support, his / her life can return to complete normalcy, said Dr Kirtiman Singh, senior cardiologist, while addressing the media at on the sidelines of the continuing medical education (CME) programme organised by the Ajanta Hospital. Continue reading

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