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02/02/2009 - Vegetable and nut oils win US support
Experts have challenged new American guidance stating that omega-6 vegetable oils are "beneficial". More

28/01/2009 - Heart disease figures reflect alcohol problem
The battle against heart disease in the UK is still far from won, a leading charity warned yesterday. More

27/01/2009 - Banana boost for blood pressure
Eating bananas and other fruit high in potassium could play a key part in reducing blood pressure, researchers claimed today. More

26/01/2009 - Fainting causes in-flight emergencies
Fainting and stomach problems are the most common medical emergencies on commercial flights, according to a new analysis. More

26/01/2009 - Gene testing for warfarin not always advisable
Genetic testing of all patients about to start on the blood thinner warfarin is not cost-effective, say researchers. More

21/01/2009 - Micro-motors will 'swim' through bloodstream
Australian researchers are putting the final design touches to micro-motors small enough to swim in the human bloodstream. More

19/01/2009 - Heart gene affects one per cent
As many as one per cent of the world's population carry a newly-discovered heart disease gene, it was announced last night. More

14/01/2009 - Spanish diet may offer healthy weight loss
A Spanish attempt to create a Mediterranean version of the Atkins' diet has passed its first hurdle, researchers have reported. More

12/01/2009 - Heart risk check for elderly should be updated
Authors of a new study suggest that the system for assessing heart disease risk in older people should be replaced. More

09/01/2009 - Should new-borns be screened for heart conditions?
New-born babies could undergo routine screening for life-threatening congenital heart disease, doctors claimed today. More

24/12/2008 - Heart benefit of fish oil remains unclear
Fish oil is widely thought to boost the health of the heart - but a new study questions this. More

23/12/2008 - Panic, heart attacks link
People diagnosed with panic attacks or panic disorder are at increased risk of heart disease or heart attack, reports European Heart Journal. More

19/12/2008 - Sandwich woman gets pacemaker
Doctors today told how a young woman who kept fainting while eating sandwiches was cured with a heart pacemaker. More

17/12/2008 - Plea for obesity drugs
The NHS should be willing to spend money on obesity drugs - and help avoid surgery for the worst affected people, an expert will say today. More

11/12/2008 - Women suffer from family living
Living with the in-laws may be harmful for a woman, researchers warn today. More

09/12/2008 - Man-made protein blocks pregnancy thrombosis
A revolutionary new anti-clotting treatment is proving successful in protecting pregnant women and surgery patients at high risk of thrombosis. More

05/12/2008 - How wine makes a meal healthy
Drinking wine with a meal may help reduce the impact of unhealthy fats, according to a major European study. More

26/11/2008 - Sleep apnoea therapy cuts heart risk
Treating patients for sleep apnoea can significantly reduce their risk of heart disease, new research has found. More

25/11/2008 - Depression drugs damage baby heart
Taking anti-depressant drugs in the early stages of pregnancy may damage the heart of the unborn child, researchers warned yesterday. More

25/11/2008 - Bad managers harm staff
Incompetent managers give their staff heart disease, researchers claimed today. More

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