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News tag: heart problems


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Too much, little sleep unhealthy similar to drinking alcohol daily


26 Mar, 2015 | by Ion Gireada | 0 comments
For years, many of us have been trying to get eight hours of sleep each night, considered the ideal amount of sleep, but a recent study suggests it is too much and even unhealthy. Insufficient sleep has been known as detrimental to a person’s health, resulting in increased irritability, obesity,…

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Most kid’s menus in Canada contain excessive sugar


6 Mar, 2015 | by Gabriel Rosoga | 0 comments
Almost half of the kid’s meals in Canada’s chain restaurant have more added sugars than the doses recommended by World Health Organization. Researchers at University of Toronto warn that sugar also permeates other, less obvious foods including saucy barbecue ribs, salads, and sweet and sour dipping sauce. The agency published…

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Excessive work, no relaxation leads to health problems


19 Jan, 2015 | by Ion Gireada | 0 comments
Working hard all the time, with no reprieve or relaxation, interferes with your health and stability, new research claims. A new study suggests that complete immersion in long work hours or managing several jobs, can lead to alcohol abuse. Not only excessive work turn on this inclination, but also gives…

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Heart disease inspired noted piece of music


9 Jan, 2015 | by Ion Gireada | 0 comments
It has been speculated that famed composer Ludwig Van Beethoven suffered from an irregular heartbeat, but a recent study supports this theory and claims that his heartbeat was a source of inspiration for much of his music. The compelling and distinct rhythms characterizing Beethoven's music might have been coming directly…

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54% of Indian diabetics ignorant of pancreas’ role in disease


12 Nov, 2014 | by Ion Gireada | 0 comments
As much as 80% of diabetes patients have a higher risk of developing heart problems, a new study found. The study was conducted by a group of diabetes care clinics just before World Diabetes Day. Researchers conducted a US FDA-approved RISC (Report on Insulin Sensitivity and Control) test involving 8,269…