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  Overcoming the Overwhelming: Understanding and Coping with Caregiver Stress

"Understanding and Managing Caregiver Stress: Tips and Strategies for Coping with the Challenges of Caregiving"

  15 Things Caregivers Should Know After a Loved One Has Had a Stroke

These 15 tips can help you identify and handle common issues as you care for your loved one with stroke.

  Changing Demographics and Care giving

Changing demographics and aspirations of younger generation is creating newer challenges in caregiving. Caring Hearts spoke with Mr. Joseph Alex, a pioneer in this field.

  What does end-of-life care mean for people who have Cancer?

It’s also helpful if caregivers ask for support from friends and family members. Such help is important to help lessen the many tasks involved in taking care of a loved one who is sick or dying


Coronaviruses are important human and animal pathogens. By the end of 2019, a novel coronavirus was identified

  Corona Curbs and the Elderly

Covid 19 pandemic has caused heightened uncertainty and anxiety, more so among the elderly population.

  Covid and Children

We are in the midst of a pandemic caused by novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.


The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has impacted human life in many ways.

  Newer Developments in Cardiac Surgery

The dynamic speciality of Cardiac surgery is relatively new in the field of Medicine. The first open heart surgery was done just 65 years back after the invention of heart lung machine in 1953 by Dr John Gibbon

  How to avoid heart attacks and what to do if you ever get one: a do-it-yourself guide.

Almost every Indian would know a family member who has met with a heart attack. Wouldn’t it be nice to see the big picture and learn how to avoid one?


It is a common thing in practice to see patients, relatives and even very educated people making an error in distinguishing between Heart attack and Cardiac arrest and use these words interchangeably.

  “Family history of Coronary artery disease”- An actual Damocles sword or just another medical Bogeyman??

As a 35 yr old man with an acute inferior wall myocardial infarction was being shifted out of the cardiac catheterization lab after an emergency primary angioplasty and three stents to alleviate three critical blocks in two of his coronary arteries, one was left pondering about what could possibly be the reasons for such critical triple vessel disease in a very young person

  Coronary Artery Disease

As we all know heart attack is a big killer continues to be so despite advances in the treatment options and technology becoming more accessible and affordable. Public awareness about lifestyle modifications and seeking treatment on time can help reduce the mortality and morbidity associated with heart attacks.


Aspirin is one of the wonder drug in the field of cardio-vascular disease. It is the most commonly prescribed drug among heart attack and stroke patients. Aspirin is known as a salicylate and a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID).

  Recovery for Heart Attack

Depression Hinders-Recovery for Heart Attack Survivors. Dr Rob Grenfell says patients are less likely to make the lifestyle changes needed after a heart attack if their mental illness goes untreated. “At the moment most patients with depression after a heart attack go unrecognised,

  Heart Disease and Women

Did you know that in developed countries more women than men die of coronary heart disease? What used to be typically a man’s health issue is now a pressing concern for women’s health. Learning as much as you can about heart disease is a first step in reducing your risk. Here are the most recent research and findings.

  Go Veg and Reduce Risk

A new study from the University of Oxford has found that the risk of hospitalisation or death from heart disease is 32 percent lower in vegetarians than people who eat meat and fish

  Official Journal Launched

Caring Hearts, official journal of heart care foundation, launched

  Blood test could predict

Blood test could predict Heart Attack

  Healthy Heart Tips

Your heart is the most important organ of your body. It works 24/7 without a break. So you ought to be really good to your heart if you want it to keep going. Your lifestyle determines a lot about the health of your heart. The hours you work, your home environment, the foods you eat, the exercise you get. All these factors have a great impact on how well and how long your heart is going to keep pumping!

  Eat Healthy

Eating right can do wonders to maintaining a healthy heart. The first step is to eat five combined portions of fruits and vegetables which contain antioxidants, substances believed to protect the body against diseases such as heart disease and cancer, says Lee Hooper, B.Sc., S.R.D., a research associate at the University of Manchester.

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