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08/04/2021 - UK switches vaccine strategy after thrombosis risks assessed
The UK is to offer under 30s alternatives to the Oxford adenoviral COVID-19 vaccine after confirming a small increased risk of serious thrombotic events, it was announced last night. More

30/03/2021 - Risks of exercising outside when air quality is poor
Young people should avoid very strenuous physical activity on days when air pollution levels are high, according to new research from South Korea published today. More

26/03/2021 - Stress in brain linked to 'broken heart' syndrome
Increased brain activity in the brain, brought on by stressful events, could increase the risk of the rare “broken heart” syndrome. More

19/03/2021 - Vaccine linked to rare VTE events - but safe overall, regulators say
Two very rare kinds of venous thromboembolism have affected a small number of people under the age of 50 after COVID-19 vaccination, regulators reported yesterday. More

12/03/2021 - Most patients fail to control hypertension
Only two out of every five hypertensive patients are able to control the condition with medication – and people who are older, have black ethnicity or are on lower incomes are more likely to fare worse, researchers report today. More

08/03/2021 - Warning as cardiovascular health prescriptions slump
The UK will need rapid action to prevent a huge increase in serious cardiovascular illness following setbacks in treatment caused by the pandemic, a think-tank has warned. More

25/02/2021 - Muscle pain not affected by statins
Muscle pain is not exacerbated by the use of statins, according to the results of a UK trial, published today. More

10/02/2021 - Caffeine link to reduced heart failure risk
Researchers have reported evidence of an association between caffeine drinking and heart health. More

27/01/2021 - Sex differences in cardiovascular disease risk
Doctors often mistake the development of hypertension in women for symptoms of menopause, according to a new analysis. More

26/01/2021 - How music reduces pain after major heart surgery
Listening to music following major heart surgery can significantly reduce anxiety and pain, according to an analysis published today. More

26/01/2021 - Atrial fibrillation deaths higher in rich European countries
The wealthiest European countries report higher atrial fibrillation death rates than the poorest – and women are more likely than men to die from the condition, according to the first study of its kind, published today. More

13/01/2021 - Clear benefit of exercise on cardiovascular health
The positive impact of exercise on cardiovascular health appears to have 'no upper limit', according to new findings from the University of Oxford, UK. More

13/01/2021 - Alcohol patterns and frequency linked to health
Some patterns of drinking behaviour may reduce risk of alcohol-related health problems, researchers have reported. More

07/01/2021 - Acute heart failure linked to increased COVID death risk
People with acute heart failure face almost doubled risk of dying from COVID-19, according to new research published today. More

09/12/2020 - Heart risk from new cancer drugs
Recipients of the revolutionary checkpoint inhibitor drugs have faced a significantly increased risk of cardiovascular disease, researchers report today. More

01/12/2020 - Patches to be deployed to detect AF
The British NHS is to test the use of biosensor patches to detect atrial fibrillation, it was announced today. More

26/11/2020 - Midlife high blood pressure linked to elderly brain damage
High blood pressure in middle age is associated with the development of more extensive brain damage when elderly, researchers report today. More

26/11/2020 - Activity can offset sedentary lifestyle - WHO says
Exceeding the recommendations for weekly physical activity can offset the health harms associated with prolonged sitting, says new guidelines from the World Health Organisation. More

20/11/2020 - Hypertension link to social isolation during lockdown
Social isolation due to COVID-19 lockdowns is associated with an increase in blood pressure, according to a new Argentine study. More

19/11/2020 - Heart disease risk for homeless adults
Homeless adults are nearly twice as likely to have cardiovascular diseases compared with other adults, putting them at greater risk of severe coronavirus and early death, the first large-scale study of its kind has revealed. More

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