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Unlike the Celine Dion song, your heart won't go on and on if you keep ignoring its health. Find out why more young Malaysians are getting heart diseases and what to do about it.
The heart is not immune to the ravages of time. Inevitably, an ageing heart will undergo changes that could spell trouble.
As more young people suffer from heart attacks, doctors have started to pay better attention to possible symptoms in younger patients and not discount signs because of the person’s age.
Heart failure can be easily mistaken for the common flu or asthma.
Asians are unfortunately more prone to developing heart failure at a younger age and in a more severe form.
Are we really fit? Our heart rate variability, which is the specific change in time between each heartbeat, can tell us if we are.
According to Dr Sivarani Sathasivam, consultant cardiologist and physician at ParkCity Medical Centre, heart attacks are becoming more common among young Malaysians.
Experts say age shouldn’t be barrier to exercise for heart patients.
Research has found that the health of your heart at middle age can be an indicator of the likelihood of you developing dementia in old age.