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An effective way to treat angina

...have angina, experience episodes of chest pain on exertion or during stress because the blood supply to their heart cannot cope with the oxygen demand being made on it. They can be treated by angioplasty, to open up a blocked artery to the heart, or bypass surgery to short-circuit a vessel blockage.// Angi...

Late pregnancy may be at risk from poor health and mental state

...ven a 66 year old to become a mother, the physical exertion of carrying a baby full term at an age above 40yrs can lead to extreme breathlessness, postural hypotension, syncope and palpitations for the pregnant lady. These mothers are often tired and suffer from ill health as well. The researchers feel that...

Elderly People Needs To Tackle The Heat Effectively

...nal cord and this heat stroke can either be due to exertion or due to heat itself. Exertion heat stroke happens when long exercises are done in warm conditions. Classic heat stroke happens when there's exposure to too much of sun and this usually happens after heat exhaustion. Elderly people and children are ...

More Exercise Recommended For Fitness Of Cardiac Patients

...mplicate a cardiac condition, possibly due to over exertion and excessive strain on the heart. However, a guideline released by a research group from Australia recommends that cardiac patients should try and reach levels of activity close to the general population. More than 3.2 million people in Australia ...

Do Women Die In Childbirth Because It Is More Preferable?

...ct or indirect blow to the lower abdominal area or exertion of force, kidnap attempts or in worst instances, even murder. Fetal fractures, increased susceptibility to infection, uterine rupture/ trauma, miscarriages and premature deliveries may be a consequence of physical abuse during pregnancy. In addition,...

Smoking Related Illness Could Become A Major Cause Of Death By 2020

...he chances to control it. Breathing problems after exertion are an early symptom." As of now, there are no therapies to rebuild lungs. What is destroyed is destroyed, said Pfeifer. --Edited IANS...

Agitating Doctors Call For Two Day Shut Down Of OPD’

... units, but he also assured that there would be no exertion of force. He explained that senior doctors would be requested to leave the OPD’s as a mark of support for the movement. On Saturday, agitators at Medical College and Hospital pushed the doctors and patients out of the OPD’s and locked the rooms. Au...

Confusing advice on child obesity

...etween obesity in childhood and extent of physical exertion has taken a perplexing twist according to a recent study based on Scottish children. //The bottom line of the study scoffs at the underlying connection between the extent of physical exercise in children and child-obesity rates. The finding hovered a...

Dysfunction of Vocal Cord Often Misdiagnosed for Asthma

...cal cord dysfunction is of two types; one in which exertion causes the symptoms while the other type is the one in which asthma symptoms occur spontaneously. Of the 49 patients, 29 were found to be suffering from the former type of vocal cord dysfunction while 20 of them from the latter type. Weinberger tel...

India’s Silent Killer on the Prow

...es for long periods of time, have minimal physical exertion and follow irregular eating habits. The increase in ‘junk’ food, the rise in obesity as well as the genetic propensity among sub-continentals for the disease, has yielded the key ingredients for a disaster in the making. Diabetes’ chronic nature...

Forest Fire Affects Singapore's Air Quality

...g heart or respiratory ailments to reduce physical exertion and outdoor activity. The NEA started issuing updates every hour instead of once every 24 hours. Air quality is considered moderate when the PSI is between 50 and 100. More than 100 is unhealthy, while 50 and below is considered good. Childcare c...

Joint Effort: Striking ‘Bone’ Homie with Arthrits

...musculo-skeletal system, including sudden physical exertion or a bad posture. Arthritis is one word for ‘inflammation of the joints’. There are almost 200 types of arthritis and rheumatic disease with the general symptoms hovering around pain, swelling and stiffness, accompanied by limitation in the movemen...

Sex Is Okay For Heart, But Not Cocaine - Says An Australian Study

...pressures such as sudden severe stress or physical exertion which could be a factor in up to 40 per cent of heart attacks. "We know, for example, that the incidence of heart attacks rises sharply in the days after people are exposed to major events such as an earthquake or a September 11," he said. He adde...

Exertion Incontinence - A Common Postnatal Problem

..., almost quarter of all mothers have problems with exertion incontinence, one year after childbirth.// However...ve or more symptoms. The most common complaint was exertion incontinence, which no less than 22% of the women suffered a year after childbirth. "This is serio...

Muscle-Building Exercise Improves Response to Flu Shot

... when a person lowers a heavy weight. This type of exertion consistently causes a local inflammatory response that includes the arrival of key immune cells. In this latest randomized controlled trial, 60 healthy college students either rested quietly or performed eccentric exercise of the upper arm for abou...

Walking is Vital to Keep Yourself Fit

...d they spend working out, for how long and at what exertion level.Getting out there and taking a walk is what its all about, says James Levine, M.D., Ph.D., and a Mayo Clinic expert on obesity. You dont have to join a gym, you dont have to check your pulse. You just have to switch off the TV, get off the sofa...

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