CDC Study Finds No Link Between COVID Vaccine and Sudden Cardiac Death in Young Adults

CDC Study Finds No Link Between COVID Vaccine and Sudden Cardiac Death in Young Adults

Your COVID Vaccine Questions: How is Distrust Being Addressed? CDC Investigates Link Between COVID Vaccine and Sudden Cardiac Death The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released new data addressing the link, or lack thereof, between the COVID-19 vaccine and sudden cardiac death in otherwise healthy young adults. CDC Study on Cardiac … Read more

Unlocking the Power of Bananas: Different Colors, Different Nutritional Values, and Who Should Eat Them

Unlocking the Power of Bananas: Different Colors, Different Nutritional Values, and Who Should Eat Them

Banana is a common fruit in life, but in fact, bananas of different colors have different nutritional values ​​and are suitable for different groups of people to eat. (Photo/Dazhi/Associated Press) Bananas are a favorite fruit for many people, but did you know that different colors of bananas have different nutritional values? Nephrologist Jiang Shoushan pointed … Read more

Indonesian Government Intensifies Efforts to Combat Rising Obesity Cases: Causes, Risks, and Regulations

Indonesian Government Intensifies Efforts to Combat Rising Obesity Cases: Causes, Risks, and Regulations

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — Issue management obesity The Indonesian government is still intensifying it, because cases continue to increase from year to year. The Indonesian Ministry of Health noted that the main cause of obesity in Indonesia is excessive consumption of sugar, salt and fat (GGL). “People’s behavior that increases the risk of obesity, lack of … Read more

Women’s hearts are different: Why every medical student should learn about gender disparities in heart disease

Women’s hearts are different: Why every medical student should learn about gender disparities in heart disease

Heart Disease in Women: Recognizing Gender Differences is Essential Heart Disease in Women: Recognizing Gender Differences is Essential By Yves Martinez, Contributing Editor February is American Heart Month – when cardiovascular disease, the No. 1 killer of women, gets its moment in the spotlight. Every year, as we reflect on this month and the fight … Read more

Identifying Signs of High Blood Pressure During Sleep: A Silent Threat

Identifying Signs of High Blood Pressure During Sleep: A Silent Threat

Fatima Khalil wrote Monday, February 26, 2024 12:00 AM Hypertension It is the silent killer, and over time it damages the arteries, which increases the risk of a heart attack or stroke. There are many signs and symptoms of high blood pressure that may appear while you are sleeping or at night, which leads to … Read more

Initiative Aims to Detect and Treat Preeclampsia Earlier to Reduce Maternal Mortality

Initiative Aims to Detect and Treat Preeclampsia Earlier to Reduce Maternal Mortality

Preeclampsia Detection Initiative Aims to Reduce Maternal Mortality Maternal Mortality: A Leading Cause Goes Undetected until it’s Too Late A leading cause of maternal mortality often goes unnoticed. By the time it’s diagnosed, it’s sometimes too late to stem the damage. Preeclampsia: A Serious Condition with Far-Reaching Consequences Doctors typically do not identify preeclampsia, a … Read more

Preventing High Blood Pressure: Your Diet Matters

Preventing High Blood Pressure: Your Diet Matters

Fatima Khalil wrote Saturday, February 10, 2024 08:00 PM A healthy diet is one of the most important steps to prevent diseases, including: HypertensionWhich, if not treated, can have catastrophic after-effects such as heart attack and stroke. Diet has a significant impact on your blood pressure levels, and in this report we learn about foods … Read more

Understanding Hypertension in Children: Causes, Risk Factors, and Prevention

Understanding Hypertension in Children: Causes, Risk Factors, and Prevention

Wednesday, 7 February 2024 – 02:14 WIB VIVA Lifestyle – Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is no longer a health problem only associated with adults. Unfortunately, hypertension can also be experienced by children, which is known as Hypertension in Children (HTA). The incidence of HTA in children is increasing, with 15-19% among boys and 7-12% … Read more

When High Blood Pressure Becomes a Deadly Diagnosis: How Regular Exercise Can Help Lower Your Risk

When High Blood Pressure Becomes a Deadly Diagnosis: How Regular Exercise Can Help Lower Your Risk

When High Blood Pressure is a Deadly Diagnosis About High Blood Pressure and its Risks In the United States, high blood pressure is a common health concern, particularly among Black Americans. Recent research conducted over a year by the AP indicates that Black Americans are more likely to suffer and experience higher mortality rates from … Read more

5 Vital Heart Health Indicators and Tips for a Healthy Heart by Russian Doctor Anastasia Fomichova

5 Vital Heart Health Indicators and Tips for a Healthy Heart by Russian Doctor Anastasia Fomichova

02:01 AM Tuesday, January 9, 2024 The heart is one of the most important organs in the body, as it is responsible for pumping blood to all parts of the body. Russian doctor Anastasia Fomichova, a cardiologist, indicated that there are a group of indicators through which it is possible to determine whether the heart … Read more