5 chronic diseases that can be prevented by exercising | THE UNIVERSAL

In the ranking of diseases with the highest percentage of deaths in the world, are cancer, heart attacks, strokes, diabetes and obesity. Studies have shown that exercise has a positive impact on its prevention and treatment. It is essential to incorporate physical activity as a habit that will not only prevent diseases but also increase […]

Impact of Arterial Hypertension on the main cause of death in Portugal: stroke

Fernando Pinto, Senior Graduate Assistant in Cardiology at CHEDV, Member of the Scientific Committee of the Portuguese Stroke Society and Former President of the Portuguese Society of Hypertension. Photo: DR Cardio-cerebrovascular diseases (CVD) are the leading cause of death, premature death (ie before age 70) and disability worldwide. Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA) and Acute Myocardial Infarction […]

New therapeutic approach allows the heart to regenerate – healing practice

Heart repair: therapeutic approach allows new heart cells to grow dies after one Heart attack Tissue in the heart wears off, the human body can no longer replace it. A new treatment should make it possible for that heart to form new cells again can to repair the damage. researchers of Technical University of Munich […]

Study: Poor Sleep Increases Fat Linked to Cardiovascular Disease | Health

Pixabay Poor sleep increases fat linked to cardiovascular disease, study shows A bad night’s sleep can bring harm in addition to tiredness the next day. Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in the United States found that lack of adequate sleep causes a 9% increase in total abdominal fat area and an 11% increase in visceral […]

Here’s what happens to your belly fat when you don’t get enough sleep

Does little sleep also affect the fat that accumulates on our belly? Let’s see what the results of a new search tell us. @123rf.com Many scientific studies have already shown how little sleep increases the risk of obesity, however new US research has shown that insufficient sleep levels lead to a 9% increase in fat […]

Cardiovascular disease: gene silencing lowers lipoprotein…

/appledesign, stock.adobe.com Cleveland/Ohio – In a phase 1 study, the subcutaneous injection of a “short interfering RNA” (siRNA), which stops the translation of the gene by prematurely degrading the messenger RNA (“gene silencing”), reduced the production of the Lipoprotein A reduced by up to 98% over 150 days. The results were presented at a meeting […]