Headlines Tagged with Cardio-vascular — 3,238 headlines found
Red wine, with its high levels of phenol (a natural compound), stimulates the formation of nitric oxide, which rejuvenates coronary arteries. According to the new study published by The American Journal of Medicine on Tuesday, this process is powerful
Nov 15, 2016 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Nov 15, 2016 21:09
On the occasion of No Smoking Day, students and faculty members of NRI Medical College, Chinakakani, took out a rally on Wednesday. D. Pragathi, associate professor, Department of Chest Studies, NRI Medical College, and consultant physician, Guntur City
Mar 10, 2016 The Hindu Online (in)
added Mar 10, 2016 03:04
Add breast cancer, prostate cancer, kidney failure, liver damage and all manner of infections to the long list of health risks... Rescue Social Change Group...won a $152 million grant in 2012 to conduct anti-smoking campaigns nationwide targeting youths.
Feb 13, 2015 U-T San Diego [San Diego Union Tribune]
added Feb 13, 2015 03:29
the research shows the most common causes of death related to smoking among people in prison were lung cancer, ischemic heart disease, other heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, and chronic airways obstruction.
Oct 22, 2014 Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Oct 23, 2014 09:34
[Latin America, South America/Caribbean] Uruguay: Anti-Tobacco Measures Have Led to 22% Drop in Heart Attacks
Since strong anti-tobacco measures were instituted in the small South American nation in 2006, there has been a historic fall in heart attacks and other conditions linked to tobacco use. Winston Abascal, the director of the Public Health Ministry's Progr
Jul 18, 2014 InSerbia (rs)
added Jul 18, 2014 17:02
profoundly influenced by cigarette manufacturers. They were interested in promoting the concept of stress because it allowed them to argue that it was stress — not cigarettes — that was to blame for heart disease and cancer.
Jul 7, 2014 WNYC Radio
added Jul 7, 2014 17:01
The more you're exposed to secondhand tobacco smoke, the more likely you are to develop early signs of heart disease, a new study indicates. The findings suggest that exposure to secondhand smoke may be more dangerous than previously thought, according t
Mar 7, 2013 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Mar 8, 2013 06:55
* Explain that an analysis of data from the Nurses' Health Study showed that risk of sudden cardiac death was higher in women who smoked and highest for those who smoked the most cigarettes for the longest duration. * Note that women who had quit smokin
Dec 11, 2012 MedPage Today
added Dec 11, 2012 19:10
Two years later, the numbers are in and it's already working. The South Dakota Association of Healthcare Organizations released statistics that show the number of heart attack hospitalizations dropped 6 percent from before the health care law (2009) to a
Nov 13, 2012 Sioux Falls (SD) Argus-Leader
added Nov 13, 2012 09:41
Four new studies offer powerful evidence of the dangers of smoking and the health benefits of quitting or not being exposed to secondhand smoke.
Oct 29, 2012 Forbes
added Nov 1, 2012 14:38