On The Move After A Heart Attack

Welcome to Living Healthy Chicago, I’m Jane Manzures. You know, we talk a lot about the benefits of staying on the move and sometimes do that, you have to overcome some big health hurdles. But don’t let those hurdles stop you. That’s the motto of this marathoner who says determination helped him get moving again after suffering a heart attack. […]

8 Home remedies for High Blood Pressure or Hypertension

Hi guys! Welcome to Homeremedies1976! My name is Stan and today we will be talking about high blood pressure or hypertension and eight home remedies to get it fixed. The first one is “get moving”. Exercising 30 to 60 minutes a day is an important part of healthy living. Along with helping lower blood pressure, the regular physical activity benefits […]

#11: Hypertension: The Silent Killer

They call it “The Silent Killer.” That’s because most people feel nothing, even when the condition is relatively severe. Many people don’t even know they have it. But left untreated, this monster can cause untold damage to tissues and organs all over the body –particularly the heart, kidneys, and brain. Those are important. I’m talking about hypertension, or high blood […]

Heart Attack Pt 1 / What & Why? / Dr. Vipin Gupta

Today we are going to talk about a dangerous issue Heart attack. The times of malaria and diarrhea are gone Heart attack is the top killer in the world and in India But India needs to be more concerned because in India, cardiac arrest is increasing in young people. Before this problem was of people in 50s But today 25% […]

South Asians and Heart Disease – Creative Solutions with Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes

>> SAINT CLAIRE: To you the co-founders of the South Asian Heart Center in Mountain View, Doctor Cesar Molina and Ashish Mathur. Doctor Molina is Medical Director of the South Asian Heart Center. He has a medical degree from Yale University and completed his medical, clinical pharmacology and cardiology training at Stanford where he was a Robert Wood Johnson scholar. […]

What happens during a heart attack? – Krishna Sudhir

Approximately 7 million people around the world die from heart attacks every year, and cardiovascular disease, which causes heart attacks and other problems like strokes, is the world’s leading killer. So what causes a heart attack? Like all muscles, the heart needs oxygen, and during a heart attack, it can’t get enough. Fatty deposits, or plaques, develop on the walls […]