Fast-paced lifestyles sometimes push people to make unhealthy choices without realizing the impact they could have in the long term.
A study has found that anti-retroviral therapy likely elevates blood pressure and hypertension-related heart problems in the HIV group than among people without the virus.
The study, published in the journal Heart, suggests that those who regularly use 4 or more substances are 9 times as likely to be affected.
For the study the team enrolled approximately 1,100 women without Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes who subsequently gave birth at least once during the 25-year study period.
With the advent of technology, OTT platforms, mobile games, traditional modes of relaxation like going out with friends for a walk or sports are less common now.
About three lakh patients in India do not undergo open chest surgery due to old age or other health related problems.