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Dr. Aakash Yadav - Cardiology in Delhi

Dr. Aakash Yadav

MD - Physician

CardiologyCardiology
  • Delhi, Delhi

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Clinic Locations

Sparsh Multispeciality Clinic

Plot Number 55 Nathu Ram Park Tehsil Road Najafgarh 43, Delhi, Delhi, India,

Specialization

  • Preventive Cardiologist and Rehabilitation Specialist
  • General Physician
  • Cardiologist

Education

  • Vinnitsa National Pirogov Memorial Medical University - 2002 Graduated
    MD - Physician

Health Articles

Eating Eggs In Your Diet And Heart Stroke

We all prefer to have a healthy and balanced diet every day because if we have a proper diet, then it can ensure you stay healthy and even helps us to develop a strong immune system within the body so that we can fight against any type of severe disease or any type of harmful infections. So, you must consume healthy food substances in your diet regularly. The egg is one such food that needs to be added to your regular diet. In fact, most doctors, dieticians, and health care experts advise having a healthy and filling breakfast every morning, so that you can derive a high amount of nutrients and energy to work for the entire day. The egg is a food that is filled with high amounts of animal protein,

Heart Disease Prevention and Treatment

Heart Disease Prevention and Treatment January 27, 2023 by Editorial Team Heart Disease Prevention and Treatment Share Tweet Pin Share In the United States, cardiovascular disease is the most common cause of death. It is also a significant cause of disability. There are numerous factors that can increase your risk of heart disease. They are known as risk factors. Some of these are beyond your control, but there are many that you can do too. Educating yourself about them can help you reduce your risk of developing heart disease. What are the risk factors for heart disease that you cannot change? Age: As you become older, your risk of developing heart disease rises. Men over the age of 45 and women over the age of 55 are at a higher risk.

Women’s Lifestyle And Heart Health

Heart health is something about which everybody should remain concerned in the present day. This is because, in today’s world, people are often found to live a hectic and unhealthy lifestyle that is full of stress and lack of proper and healthy practices. And thus, people today are more prone to suffer from several types of lifestyle disorders and other chronic diseases, one of them being chances of cardiac damage. In fact, it has already been reported that cardiac disorders and several conditions of heart damage are quite common today not only in India but also in some of the major parts of the world.

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