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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

16/11/2020 - Heart attack risk for type 2 diabetes patients
Most people with type 2 diabetes are at high risk of having a heart attack or stroke, a new Spanish study has revealed. More

12/11/2020 - Some over 70s benefit from Vitamin D and Omega-3
Taking vitamin D and omega-3 yields health benefits for some older people, according to a study published yesterday (11 November 2020). More

10/11/2020 - Chilli pepper 'reduces cardiovascular disease risk'
Eating chilli pepper could help to significantly reduce one’s risk of dying from cardiovascular disease or cancer, according to preliminary research. More

06/11/2020 - Ethnicity affects COVID stroke risk - while statins may protect
The COVID-19 virus seems to double the risk of stroke for people of Asian descent, British researchers reported today. More

03/11/2020 - Pandemic loss of heart procedures - new estimates
As many as 45,000 heart procedures may have been missed or delayed this year in England because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new analysis. More

15/10/2020 - Study reveals heart risks after major surgery
One in five high-risk patients who undergo major, non-cardiac surgery develops one or more heart complications within a year, researchers report today. More

14/10/2020 - Poor heart attack outcomes for younger women
Young women who experience myocardial infarction have worse outcomes than men, according to an analysis published today. More

08/10/2020 - Pregnancy complications linked to increased heart disease risk
Some pregnancy complications are associated with a heightened risk of heart disease in later life, according to an analysis published today. More

07/10/2020 - Ablation cuts atrial fibrillation dementia risk
Patients with atrial fibrillation are at a reduced risk of dementia if they undergo catheter ablation, researchers report today. 1 comments More

06/10/2020 - Long COVID guideline to be developed
A guideline on the persistent effects of COVID-19, known as Long COVID, is to be developed by NICE, the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN), and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). More

29/09/2020 - Preventing heart disease would keep people employed
Preventative strategies that delay the onset of coronary heart disease would keep people in employment and save nearly 15 US billion dollars, according to a new Australian study. More

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