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These Heart Attack Symptoms Are More Common If You’re a Woman, Doctors Say

Despite popular belief, heart attacks affect both men and women nearly equally. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 24.4 percent of all male deaths and 22.3 percent of all female deaths in 2015 were caused by heart disease. But what can be different for each of the sexes are the early warning signs you might experience. And according to doctors, there are a few heart attack symptoms that are more common in women than in men. Read on to see which red flags you need to be aware of.

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Doctors Are Seeing More of These Health Issues Since COVID-19










Doctors Are Seeing More of These Health Issues Since COVID-19
















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Doctors are Seeing More of These Health Issues Since COVID-19 . When the COVID-19 pandemic was at its peak, many doctors’ offices were forced to put a temporary halt on appointments. . This, coupled with an ever-present fear of COVID-19, has caused an increase in health problems. . Here are 11 health

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Heart patients may consult doctors via WhatsApp video call in Gurugram



Heart patients may consult doctors via WhatsApp video call in Gurugram


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Heart patients may consult doctors via WhatsApp video call in Gurugram

On Wednesday, On the occasion of world health day, the Health Department in Gurugram has said it is going to start a WhatsApp video call facility for heart patients to consult cardiologists soon.

Nonetheless, if the doctor feels a need for a physical check-up, the patients will have to visit nearby government health centres.

People living in rural areas will be benefited by this initiative of the health department as after consultation with the doctor, they can visit nearby health centres, primary and community

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COVID-19 pandemic has made heart healthcare more difficult, doctors say at meeting

The COVID-19 pandemic, heart-healthy eating, and better ways to treat and prevent heart disease were among the hot topics that emerged during the American Heart Association’s annual meeting this week.

“I was at the sessions yesterday, I was actually in clinic this morning, and there were things I learned at the sessions that are affecting how I care for my patients,” Dr. Manesh Patel, chair of the meeting, said during a HealthDay Now interview.

Heart doctors are still grappling with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people’s heart health, and that served as one theme of the meeting, said

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Heart disease affects Indians ahead of western counterparts, say doctors



Doctors and medical staff make a heart of rose petals and demonstrate CPR during a heart attack, on the occasion of World Heart Day at a hospital in Mumbai on Monday. (HT Photo)


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Doctors and medical staff make a heart of rose petals and demonstrate CPR during a heart attack, on the occasion of World Heart Day at a hospital in Mumbai on Monday. (HT Photo)

LUCKNOW Prevention and treatment services for cardiovascular diseases have been severely disrupted amid healthcare providers more focused on combating spread of vector-borne and Covid infections, said health experts.

“With the growing burden of heart failure in India, there is need to recognise it as a public health priority. However, another barrier to care that needs to be overcome is poor adherence to

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Heart Health Symptoms You Should Never Ignore, According to Doctors

If you are having a heart attack, symptoms are usually strong and will arise suddenly. Unfortunately, when it comes to heart failure, the symptoms aren’t so obvious, and usually don’t develop overnight. In fact, if your heart is failing, you might not experience any symptoms at all.

One of the most important ways to take care of your heart health is simply knowing the signs and symptoms—whether they are incredibly subtle or extremely obvious. Eat This, Not That! Health spoke to several of the nation’s top physicians to help you spot them and act before it’s too late. Read on,

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