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20/01/2022 - Prolonged TV watching linked to blood clots
People who sit and watch television for more than four hours at a time are at significantly increased risk of developing blood clots, researchers report today. More

17/01/2022 - Surgery should not be angina patients' first option
Doctors should treat stable angina patients with medical therapies before recommending stents or bypass surgery, experts have stated. More

06/01/2022 - How Neanderthal genes increase vascular risk
A small number of modern humans who carry Neanderthal genes may face significantly increased risk for vascular and inflammatory disease, according to a new study. More

05/01/2022 - Adrenal tumour 'underestimated' as risk factor
Researchers have shown how a cardiometabolic condition present in benign adrenal tumours can lead to type 2 diabetes. More

23/12/2021 - Heart disease risk factors change heart structure
Specific risk factors for heart disease are linked to common changes in the structure and appearance of the heart, a new UK study has found. More

17/12/2021 - Limited association between myocarditis and COVID vaccine
The risk of myocarditis after an mRNA COVID-19 vaccination is rare, according to a study reported today. More

17/12/2021 - Heart transplant for seriously ill COVID patient
Surgeons have successfully performed a heart transplant on a patient seriously ill after COVID-19 infection, a European conference is to be told. More

13/12/2021 - Stress test could improve cardio-prediction
Doctors should use stress imaging to identify patients at high risk of mortality from cardiovascular disease, a European conference has been told. More

08/12/2021 - Elevated heart rate link to increased dementia risk
Having an elevated resting heart rate in old age could be an independent risk factor of dementia, a new Swedish study has found. More

30/11/2021 - Too few heart failure patients diagnosed early
Three quarters of people in the UK with heart failure could have been diagnosed sooner if they had received a simple, reliable blood test, a new report out today says. More

23/11/2021 - Aspirin linked with increased heart failure risk
Taking aspirin is associated with a 26% increased risk of heart failure in people who have at least one predisposing factor for the condition, a new German study shows today. More

17/11/2021 - Worldwide fall in tobacco use
Global rates of tobacco use are continuing to fall, a new World Health Organization report shows. More

15/11/2021 - Atrial fibrillation common after breast cancer diagnosis
Women face an increased risk of developing atrial fibrillation in the first 12 months after being diagnosed with breast cancer, researchers report today. More

09/11/2021 - Bedtime associated with heart health
Going to sleep between 10pm and 11pm is associated with a reduced risk of developing heart disease compared with earlier or later bedtimes, researchers report today. More

19/10/2021 - Heart attack link to high cholesterol during pregnancy
High maternal cholesterol in pregnancy is associated with increased cardiac risk among young adult offspring, Italian researchers warn today. More

15/10/2021 - Statins could reduce COVID-19 mortality risk
Statins have been linked to a reduced risk of death from COVID-19, according to a new Swedish study. More

13/10/2021 - Heart defect poses low risk in pregnancy
There is "reassuringly low" maternal mortality among women with congenital heart disease during pregnancy and birth, according to an analysis published today. More

07/10/2021 - 'Game changing' technology promising for cardiac patients
Implantable heart technology could be “game-changing” for monitoring cardiac patients, especially when they are at high risk of dying, a study has found. More

08/09/2021 - International consensus sought on e-cigarettes
A group of pharmacologists and public health researchers are calling for tighter regulations on the purchase and use of e-cigarettes and related heated tobacco products. More

06/09/2021 - Nicotine e-cigarettes 'cause' blood clotting
E-cigarettes that contain nicotine cause blood clots and render small blood vessels less able to expand and dilate, a European conference will hear today. More

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