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Life Style Diseases among Those Aged 35-45

Deteriorating health is a growing concern for younger individuals. Heart problems, hypertension, and diabetes (life style diseases) once associated with older age groups, are now affecting adults as young as 18. Let's explore this evolving trend in society and the early onset of health conditions.

Hypertension Crisis: 4 in 5 Inadequately Treated

In a shocking report, the World Health Organisation revealed that four out of every people with hypertension are not receiving adequate treatment....

30 Minute on Mobile, a Higher Risk of Blood Pressure

Does talking on mobile phones increase the risk of high blood pressure? A new study sheds light on the use of mobile and high blood pressure. The study shows that talking on a mobile for 30 minutes or more per week is linked with a 12 percent increased risk of high blood pressure. The researchers published the study in European Heart Journal – Digital Health, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).

Living Near Busy Road Adds to tension

Living near a busy road and constantly hearing sound of roaring engines, honking horns and wailing sirens makes the blood pressure rise. A new study published in JACC: Advances confirms this.

Hypertension and Low-Middle Income Countries

Which people are most affected by Hypertension? A new study claimed that hypertension is a prevalent condition among the least educated and...

Hypertension; Low, Middle Income Countries On Top

People in low and middle-income countries are more prone to high blood pressure or hypertension, which is a medical condition that significantly increases the...

Social isolation, a more risky factor for women 

It is a known fact that social isolation and loneliness affects the physical health of a person. But do these affect men and women...

Higher income means higher chance of high blood pressure

Wealth is related to blood pressure and higher income means higher chances of developing blood pressure, according to a new study. The study was presented...