Short Bouts of Incidental Activity: Key to Healthy Aging and Decreased Risk of Heart Attacks, Strokes, and Death

2023-09-29 01:41:57 The study found that short periods of “incidental” activity, the kind we do as part of our daily lives, can help keep us healthy as we age. During the study, a team from the University of Sydney in Australia tracked more than 25,000 adults in the United Kingdom who did not participate in … Read more

Exercise and Stroke Risk: The Impact on Blocked Arteries

2023-06-29 07:00:00 By Rania Amer Thursday, June 29, 2023 10:00 AM A new study warns that Exercise It may lead to a stroke in those with blocked arteries, although exercise is vital to ensuring good blood flow, but it may pose a danger to people with blockages. According to the British Express website. Exercising is … Read more

Atrial fibrillation: Laboratory tests help

news by Ilse Romahn (29.11.2022) According to estimates by the German Heart Foundation, between 1.5 and 2 million people in Germany suffer from atrial fibrillation, the most common persistent cardiac arrhythmia. It can lead to strokes. Pre-existing conditions such as diabetes, hyperthyroidism and chronic kidney failure increase the risk of developing atrial fibrillation. For the … Read more

Study: Your blood type predicts your risk of developing a deadly disease

<div id="firstBodyDiv" data-bind-html-content-type="article" data-bind-html-compile="article.body" data-first-article-body=" An ischemic stroke is the most common form of stroke the brainA blockage cuts off the blood supply to part of the brain, killing brain cells. Researchers found in United State The people most likely to have an early stroke were mostly blood type A, having a 16 percent higher … Read more