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HDK may undergo heart surgery again

JD(S) leader H D Kumaraswamy has said that he will be out of action for the next fortnight owing to health complications. Kumaraswamy, who said that he will be undergoing a valve replacement surgery on September 23, appealed to his supporters and party ... Deccan Herald, 18 hours ago

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Four-month-old Sudanese boy with TGA gets new lease of life

A four and a half months old Sudanese national suffering from transposition of the great arteries (TGA), a congenital heart defect, has been cured at a hospital here, hospital authorities said on Tuesday.The boy, diagnosed with TGA in Sudan, was brought to ...
 Prokerala1 hour ago 14-Month-Old Boy's Heart and Kidney Save Two Lives  Med India1 week ago Brain dead toddler gives new lease of life to 3-yr-old girl  Business Standard1 week ago Surat toddler becomes youngest organ donor in Western India after Navi Mumbai girl receives heart  DNA1 week ago
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'Healthy obese' people have higher heart disease risk: study

People who are obese but do not suffer metabolic disorders such as diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol have an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases, a study warns. Researchers at the University of Birmingham in the UK carried out the ...
 Business Standard1 day ago Hearticulture: The 3 Qualities of a Cultured Heart  DNA1 day ago People With No Partners Less Likely to Monitor BP at Home  Med India2 days ago RunwayFashion: 8 looks we heart  Rediff.com5 days ago
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Babri Masjid-Ram Mandir case: Main litigant dies of heart attack

The main litigant in the Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid case, Mahant Bhaskar Das passed away on Saturday morning at the age of 89 because of heart attack, according to a report by Hindustan Times. Das who was the sarpanch mahant (chief priest) of the Nirmohi Akhada ...
 MSN India3 days ago Ayodhya dispute: Nirmohi Akhara`s chief Mahant Bhaskar Das passes away after heart attack  Zee News3 days ago Babri Masjid case chief litigant Mahant Bhaskar Das dies of heart attack  India Today3 days ago Babri Masjid case chief litigant Bhaskar Das dies of a heart attack  Business Standard3 days ago
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Nail Pierces Man's Heart: It Was 'Moving With My Heartbeat'

The man didn't pull it out himself because of what happened to Steve Irwin.
 Huffington Post3 days ago Akshay Kumar's endearing birthday message for son will melt your heart - News  Glamsham4 days ago Happy Birthday Akshay Kumar: The man with the heart of GOLD  Glamsham1 week ago On 50th birthday, Akshay Kumar treats fans with 'Gold' poster  Prokerala1 week ago
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World Championship final was not in my mind, says Sindhu

P V Sindhu today said the heart- breaking World Championship final loss was not on her mind when she was plotting the downfall of Japans Nozomi Okuhara en-route to her Korea Open title here. Playing back-to-back finals against Okuhara, Olympic silver ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago REVENGE was not on my mind: Sindhu  Rediff.com2 days ago
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Amit Shah to address OBCs ahead of polls

The BJP national president Amit Shah has already announced that his party's mantra will be to win the hearts of OBCs in Gujarat polls. As the OBC communities in Gujarat constitutes around 62 per cent of total vote share, the party has been focusing on about ...
 DNA3 days ago Modi personifies spirit of India: Amit Shah  DNA1 day ago Modi doing best for Gujarat as PM, don't miss him: Amit Shah  Sify1 week ago Amit Shah asks Gujarat not to miss Modi  Deccan Herald1 week ago
India Today

Princess of hearts: India's first health minister Rajkumari Amrit Kaur

Rajkumari Amrit Kaur (1889-1964) was India's first health minister and ceaseless advocate of the women's cause. Illustration by Raj Verma When she died in 1964, a few months before her friend Jawaharlal Nehru, The New York Times called her "a princess in her ...
 India Today3 days ago
Med India

Natural selection weeding out Alzheimer's, asthma: study

Natural selection is causing gene mutations linked to conditions like Alzheimer's disease, asthma and heart disease to be weeded out, a study suggests. Researchers at Columbia University in the US found that sets of genetic mutations that predispose people to ...
 Business Standard1 week ago One pill to ward off diabetes AND heart disease?  Rediff.com1 week ago Type 2 Diabetes and Coronary Heart Disease Linked With Gene Variants  Med India1 week ago Diabetes, heart disease linked by same genes: Study  Prokerala2 weeks ago
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Marshal of the IAF Arjan Singh suffers massive heart attack, on ventilator

Marshal of Indian Air Force (IAF) Arjan Singh was on Saturday suspected to have suffered a massive heart attack and was in a critical condition on ventilator support at the Army Hospital (R&R) here.
 Business Standard3 days ago Marshal of the IAF Arjan Singh: India's oldest serving warrior (Obituary)  Business Standard3 days ago Veteran Kannada actress BV Radha passes away  DNA1 week ago Bioactive Molecule may Protect Against Congestive Heart Failure After Heart Attacks  Med India1 week ago
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