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15/10/2019 - Women have poorer heart crisis treatment
Women receive poorer heart attack treatment than men, even when rates of diagnosis are the same, according to new research. More

09/10/2019 - Study challenges paclitaxel coating fears
There is no evidence of increased mortality risk from the use of paclitaxel coated devices, according to an analysis published today. More

08/10/2019 - Nobel Prize for Cambridge hypoxia expert
A British academic has been named as one of three researchers awarded, jointly, this year's Nobel Prize for medicine. More

07/10/2019 - Cancer patients should have exercise prescription for heart
Cancer patients should be prescribed a personalised exercise prescription to help protect their hearts, a new report published today has claimed. More

26/09/2019 - AI points to heart variation genes
Genetic factors account for a significant part of the variations found in the size and function of the left ventricle of the heart, according to the findings of a ground-breaking artificial intelligence study, published today. More

25/09/2019 - Hypertension risk link to gum disease
People with periodontitis face increased risk of developing hypertension, a new UK study has claimed. More

10/09/2019 - Occasional daytime naps 'lower heart attack/stroke risk'
A daytime nap up to two times a week could lower the risk of having a heart attack or stroke, Swiss researchers say today. More

05/09/2019 - How vegetarianism affects health
Vegetarians and pescatarians enjoy low coronary heart disease risk – but may face increased risk of stroke, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

04/09/2019 - Machine learning boosts cardiac risk profile
New technology can spot several of the underlying red flags for a future heart attack, British developers say. More

04/09/2019 - Statins benefit peripheral arterial disease
Adhering to statin treatment can reduce the risk of death among patients with peripheral arterial disease, Swiss researchers have reported. More

03/09/2019 - Lifetime benefits of healthy cholesterol and blood pressure quantified
People with genetically low cholesterol and blood pressure levels enjoy significant lifetime protection against cardiovascular disease, according to the findings of a major study unveiled yesterday. More

02/09/2019 - Risk factors main cause of young coronary artery disease - conference
Only a minority of young patients with coronary artery disease are victims of genetics, according to analysis presented at a major conference. More

27/08/2019 - Statin-related muscle pain may be preventable
Patients taking statins may be able to prevent muscle pain through moderate exercise, British researchers report today. More

23/08/2019 - Polypill success at preventing cardiovascular diseases
A low-cost polypill, which combines four cardiovascular drugs into a single pill, has cut the risk of major cardiovascular events in the first trial of its kind, researchers report today. More

21/08/2019 - Brain impairments from hypertension?
A new study has found that patients with hypertension can suffer from reduced brain volume years later. More

21/08/2019 - Symptoms not cause of MI treatment gender discrepancies
Women and men display the same symptoms during myocardial infarction, according to a study published today aimed at explaining gender differences in treatment. More

31/07/2019 - Risks for elderly of stopping statins
Coming off statins at the age of 75 can significantly raise the risk of cardiovascular events, researchers warn today. More

19/07/2019 - Salt regulation changes linked to disease rise
The end of government regulations on salt content in food is linked to thousands of extra cardiovascular disease and stomach cancer cases in England, it was claimed today. More

19/07/2019 - Diabetic women at increased risk of heart failure
Diabetes increases the risk of heart failure, particularly in women, a global study of 12 million people has found. More

17/07/2019 - Mixed findings for iron status
New research has found a mixture of positive and negative effects of having naturally higher iron levels. More

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