Asprin helps prevent heart attack, now researchers report it also cuts risk of cancer

Research has shown taking low-doses of aspirin can cut the risk of cancer.

The society working with an international team of experts on cancer prevention is expected to publish a statement on the risks and benefits of long-term aspirin use within weeks.

“We will say this looks very important and needs to be further […]

Medical professor warns cardiovascular diseases on the rise, advises regular checkups

Posted on June 28, 2012, Thursday

SIBU: A professor of medicine from a local university warned that cardiovascular diseases such as heart diseases and stroke are on the rise in this country, necessitating early intervention.

Professor Datuk Dr Khalid Yusoff of Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Shah Alam, Selangor observed that the worldwide trend was […]

For Some, Heart Attack May Lead to PTSD

By Traci Pedersen Associate News EditorReviewed by John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on June 24, 2012

One in eight people who experience a heart attack or other life-threatening cardiac event may eventually develop some symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to an analysis of multiple studies.

Furthermore, patients who develop full-blown PTSD have twice the […]

It Not Just Having The Knowledge About heart attack, It's What You Do With It That Counts.

The heart attack blog was created to be a hub of all the enthusiasts and even the experts to provide useful information for the beginners. This blog has grown to be a comprehensive portal for people who have an interest in heart attack. A lot of readers have voted this blog to be a very […]

Eight Pains Not To Ignore

I’m always intrigued when someone seems to know to go to the ER for something I might decide to wait out — even given everything I know about health and wellness. maybe when something’s really wrong you can just sense it, but I also realize the importance of knowing what kinds of pain can be […]