Study shows that people who could perform more than 40 push-ups in one set are less likely to develop risk related to cardio vascular disease for next 10 years.
Today, we get young people in their late 20s and 30s, who have suffered a heart attack; this is worrisome.
Heart failure is a major cause of illness and death and accounts for 35 per cent of total female cardiovascular deaths, according to the study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
Physical activity, including less vigorous forms such as walking and cycling, reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, but despite this well-known benefit, levels of activity are still low in many countries.
The distance a patient can walk in 6-minutes before a heart operation may be a clue to whether that patient will develop problems with memory, concentration, and attention after the procedure.
Eating lots of refined carbohydrates, particularly white pasta and rice, may advance the start of menopause by about one-and-a-half years, warns a study.