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02/06/2020 - Home blood pressure monitors 'as good as professional'
Home blood pressure monitoring is as likely to be as accurate as those in professional medical settings, according to a new study published today. More

21/05/2020 - Music elicits different heart reactions in people
People’s hearts respond differently to the same piece of music, which could herald “personalised music prescriptions” for common ailments or to help people stay alert or relaxed, according to French researchers. More

19/05/2020 - Dairy 'lowers diabetes and high blood pressure risk'
Two daily servings of dairy products – especially full-fat ones – are linked to reduced risks of diabetes and high blood pressure, according to a major international analysis reported today. More

18/05/2020 - Link between Covid-19 and blood clotting "clear" - UK research team
Doctors in London, UK, say they have established a "clear link" between Covid-19 and clotting of the blood, confirming a range of previous studies suggesting significant impact on the cardiovascular system. More

11/05/2020 - Wearable pendant for risky heart rhythm
Finnish researchers have unveiled a wearable device to detect atrial fibrillation in people who may be at raised risk. More

05/05/2020 - Men and women's same three heart symptoms
The top three acute coronary symptoms are the same in both women and men, according to a new Dutch study published last night. More

15/04/2020 - Gene clue to heart cell repair
Making a cancer gene overactive could pave the way for the first curative treatment for heart disease, British scientists have announced. More

10/04/2020 - Alarm as heart patients go untreated
Hundreds of heart attacks may have gone untreated over the last month as the public heeded calls to stay away from emergency departments, according to new data. More

01/04/2020 - Heart drugs 'safe' in Covid 19 patients
Researchers have examined the impact of common antihypertensive drugs on patients with Covid 19. More

25/03/2020 - Lower heart risk with frequent baths
Having a daily bath may help reduce the risk of death from heart disease and stroke, Japanese researchers suggest today. More

05/03/2020 - No link to moderate egg intake and CVD
Moderate egg intake is not associated with cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk, while taking fish oil supplements is linked to a lower risk of heart disease, according to two studies published today. More

03/03/2020 - Air pollution the biggest pandemic - claim
The world's real pandemic is air pollution, heart specialists claimed today. More

24/02/2020 - Food associated with risk to different strokes
Different foods are linked to risks of different types of stroke, the largest study of its kind to date has revealed. More

04/02/2020 - Campaigners urge Government to act faster on air pollution
The Government has a “once in a generation opportunity” to tackle air pollution, campaigners say today, warning that millions are at risk. More

23/01/2020 - Cyborg heart plan short-listed for major funding
A cyborg heart is in the running for a major funding award aimed at supporting radical advances in treatment, it was announced today. More

21/01/2020 - Mechanical hyperventilation hope for cardiac arrhythmias therapy
Prolonged mechanical hyperventilation could benefit patients who receive radiotherapy treatment for cardiac arrhythmias, British researchers have reported. More

08/01/2020 - E-cigarettes aggravate tobacco stroke risk
E-cigarettes may increase the stroke risk caused by smoking normal cigarettes, researchers warned last night. More

07/01/2020 - How marathon runners roll back years
People who take up marathon running reverse their vascular age by about four years, according to a major UK study published last night. More

19/12/2019 - Concern about cannabis effect on cardiac system
New evidence suggests long-term use of cannabis may affect the structure of the heart, researchers reported last night. More

18/12/2019 - Sleep patterns affect heart risk
Having healthy sleep habits may be protective against cardiovascular disease, heart disease and stroke, researchers report today. More

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