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Heart health is important for healthy living. HealthMeUp tells you how to reduce cholesterol, foods to eat, foods to avoid to prevent heart diseases, exercises to improve heart health, warning signs of heart problems, diet and exercise tips for your heart. Read about the main causes of heart diseases, get a better understanding of the different kinds of heart disease and sex tips for heart patients. Also read about heart health tips for people of all ages, from children to seniors.

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healthmeup - 01/15/2015 07:00:00

10 Myths about Cardiovascular Diseases Debunked

10 Myths about Cardiovascular Diseases Debunked Over the years, we have learnt a great deal about heart diseases and how to prevent them by maintaining the right diet and habits. However there are still some popular myths that people follow, that can jeopardise their heart health. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 01/09/2015 10:00:00

An Avocado A Day Can Cut Your Risk of Heart Disease

An Avocado A Day Can Cut Your Risk of Heart Disease A new study suggests that adding an avocado to your daily diet significantly cuts the risk of heart disease and lowers cholesterol levels. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 01/08/2015 14:00:00

Training To Run: Tips for Heart Patients for the #SCMM

Training To Run: Tips for Heart Patients for the #SCMM The Mumbai Marathon is just around the corner. All over Mumbai you can find runners out at the crack of dawn, practicing for the #SCMM run. Among them are heart patients too! They are those brave-hearts who haven’t let their heart condition get in their way. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 09/26/2014 07:30:00

6 Little-Known Heart Disease Risk Factors

6 Little-Known Heart Disease Risk Factors Age, family history, obesity, smoking and high cholesterol and blood pressure are the most commonly known risk factors of heart disease. But there are other causes that significantly increase the risk of heart disease, too. These are the little-known heart disease risk factors you need to look out... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 09/24/2014 13:30:00

The Key to Surviving a Heart Attack

The Key to Surviving a Heart Attack One of the main reasons for the dramatic spread of heart disease is bad lifestyle choices. Studies state that by adopting a few lifestyle changes, one can significantly reduce their chances of developing or aggravating their heart condition. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 09/22/2014 07:30:00

5 Exercises for a Healthy Heart

5 Exercises for a Healthy Heart To live a longer and healthier life, one needs to keep the heart healthy. The heart rate can change in seconds, depending on what an individual does and feels at every moment. When an individual stands, sits or exercises vigorously, it affects the heart rate. To have a healthy heart, the aim is to... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 08/26/2014 07:30:00

How to Tackle Low Blood Pressure

How to Tackle Low Blood Pressure Low blood pressure is defined primarily by signs and symptoms of low blood flow and not by a specific blood pressure number. Some individuals may have a blood pressure of 90/50 with no symptoms of low blood pressure and therefore do not have low blood pressure. However, others who normally have... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 08/07/2014 07:00:00

Tips to Improve Blood Circulation

Tips to Improve Blood Circulation Blood circulation is important to increase oxygen level in the body which is vital for the functioning of organs. It also promotes the transportation of red blood cells and white, and plasma throughout the body. This circulation also gives you healthy skin as good circulation of blood and oxygen... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 07/19/2014 10:00:00

Heart Health Tips for Women of Different Ages

Heart Health Tips for Women of Different Ages If you believe that heart problems are only for men and that, as a woman, you are safe from such ailments, you could not be more wrong. Each year, more women die of heart disease than men. However, heart disease in women can present itself differently and may have different symptoms as compared to... Continue Reading »

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