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17/06/2022 - Recommendations for gene testing athletes
Gene testing can be used to prevent sudden cardiac death in athletes, according to recommendations published today. More

13/06/2022 - How extra chromosomes impact male health
Thousands of men may face increased risk of blood clotting diseases because they unknowingly carry an extra chromosome, British researchers have reported. More

31/05/2022 - COVID-19 led to global decline of cardiac services
Cardiac services around the world suffered substantial disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a major new study out today shows. More

24/05/2022 - Moderate alcohol not safe for heart - conference
Moderate levels of alcohol consumption can contribute to increased risk of heart failure, a European conference has heard. More

11/05/2022 - How coffee brew technique affects cholesterol
The link between coffee and cholesterol levels may be linked to an individual's sex and the brewing method they use, according to an analysis published today. More

06/05/2022 - COVID-19 increases risks for people with heart problems
People with high blood pressure, diabetes or major heart damage who contract COVID-19 and are unvaccinated face a nine times increased risk of serious outcomes, a new study has shown. More

05/05/2022 - AMI outcomes differ in rich countries
"Substantial differences" in care for patients with acute myocardial infarction have been found in six high-income countries, according to an analysis published today. More

03/05/2022 - COVID-19 vaccine technique tested for heart disease
The techniques perfected in COVID-19 vaccines could be used to help repair damaged heart muscle following a heart attack, European researchers have reported. More

26/04/2022 - Calcium supplements linked to worsening heart valve disease
Calcium supplements are linked to worsening aortic valve stenosis among older people – and an increased risk of earlier death, new US research published today has found. More

13/04/2022 - Low heart risk from COVID jab
There is no significant rise in cases of myopericarditis after COVID-19 vaccination programmes, according to a new analysis. More

08/04/2022 - New draft guidance on waist-to-height ratio
People's waist measurements should be less than half of their height, an updated official draft guideline published today says. More

05/04/2022 - Atrial fibrillation screening should be routine - GPs
GPs believe atrial fibrillation screening could be integrated into flu vaccination and cancer screening programmes, according to a new Europe study. More

29/03/2022 - Hotter nights increase cardiovascular death risks for men
Hot summer nights could lead to more cardiovascular deaths in some older men, according to new Canadian research. More

25/03/2022 - Rheumatic heart disease breakthrough
Six newly identified proteins, implicated in rheumatic heart disease, could herald a change in the way the condition is treated and diagnosed in the developing world, researchers say. More

24/03/2022 - Nausea drugs linked to increased stroke risk
Drugs commonly used to treat nausea and vomiting after surgery or those caused by migraine or cancer treatment could increase the risk of ischaemic stroke, researchers warn today. More

21/03/2022 - Poor outcomes for MI patients with dyspnoea
Heart attack patients who suffer shortness of breath or fatigue have poorer survival rates after one year than those whose main symptom is chest pain, a conference has heard. More

18/03/2022 - COVID-19 vaccine safe for those with previous myocarditis
The Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is safe for individuals who have a history of myocarditis, a conference has heard. More

15/03/2022 - High cholesterol and heart disease link not clear cut
The link between low density lipoprotein and cardiovascular disease may not be as strong as previously thought, according to a new Irish study. More

11/03/2022 - New guidance on statin intolerance diagnosis
International experts today set out guidance for doctors on how to diagnose statin intolerance correctly. More

01/03/2022 - Muscle strengthening exercise linked reduced death risk
Doing muscle strengthening exercises for between 30 and 60 minutes every week is linked to a 10-20% reduced risk of death from all causes, according to the findings of a major international study reported today. More

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