1 in 3 worldwide deaths in 2012 were caused by Cardiovascular diseases.
People who work 11 hours or more a day are 67% more likely to have a heart attack than people with an 8-hour work day, according to a study.
One-third of first heart attacks are fatal, and another third result in permanent damage to the heart.
Multivitamins increase the risk of cancer and heart disease, according to recent studies.
Having an orgasm at least 3 times a week
cuts in half the likelihood of coronary heart disease.
Tomato ketchup can prevent heart disease more effectively than fresh tomatoes.
Vegetarians are 19% less likely to die from heart disease, a study found.
The first heart transplant using a "dead heart" was performed by surgeons in Australia, in October 2014.
Having no friends could be as deadly as smoking, a Harvard University study suggested. There's a link between loneliness and the levels of a blood-clotting protein which can cause heart attacks and stroke.
While sudden heart attacks during sex are rare, 75% of them happen to men who are cheating on their wives.
Smoking makes the risk of a heart attack 200% to 400% greater than that of nonsmokers.
Eating dark chocolate every day reduces the risk of heart disease by one-third.
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