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18/02/2010 - A happy heart, a healthy heart
Happy people enjoyed a significantly reduced risk of developing heart disease, according to a major study released today. More

17/02/2010 - Action call on new obesity threat
Campaigners called for nationwide action to tackle obesity today as a new report issued a warning about the growing girth-lines of British adults. More

17/02/2010 - Heart disease gene tests ineffective
The public should not be fooled into relying on gene testing to predict risk of heart disease, experts warned last night. More

12/02/2010 - Chocolate and rhubarb studied for health properties
Eating chocolate may help protect against having a stroke, researchers reported last night. More

10/02/2010 - IQ link to heart disease
Low IQ is a key factor for heart disease and is beaten only by smoking, British researchers said today. More

08/02/2010 - Ageing genes found
Some people age faster than others because of their genes, British researchers reported last night. More

02/02/2010 - Red Eye launches heart month
The London Eye turned red last night along with major landmarks around Britain as campaigners launched a major drive against heart disease. More

29/01/2010 - Scanning breakthrough hope
British researchers are setting out to make a breakthrough in scanning - creating revolutionary images of unborn babies and new perspectives on the heart. More

29/01/2010 - Brits unaware of alcohol risk
The British public wrongly thinks that only binge drinking and drunkenness is dangerous to health, experts said today. More

26/01/2010 - Low-carb boost for blood pressure
Controversial low-carb diets have proved better at dealing with blood pressure than a popular weight loss drug, researchers reported last night. More

15/01/2010 - Fast diagnosis urged for heart failure
Doctors should not delay in diagnosing patients with suspected heart failure, according to proposals published yesterday. More

13/01/2010 - Heart drugs may cut dementia risk
Drugs for high blood pressure and heart disease may confer protection against Alzheimer's disease and dementia, researchers reported today. More

12/01/2010 - TV the heart killer?
The more television you watch, the greater your risk of heart disease, researchers said last night. More

11/01/2010 - Experts give snow shovelling advice
Most Britons have lost the habit of clearing snow - but experts have warned of the risks of illness and injury from doing it without preparation. More

05/01/2010 - VitC may treat gene age disease
People at genetic risk of accelerated ageing may benefit from taking vitamin C, researchers have reported. More

31/12/2009 - Warning on home drinking peril
People who drink spirits such as whisky at home routinely breach safe limits without realising the danger, campaigners warned today. More

24/12/2009 - Cholesterol-gene link found
British researchers have pinned down a kind of cholesterol that causes heart disease and cannot be controlled by diet or exercise. More

23/12/2009 - Slim and fit is okay - researchers
The dangers of being slim and fit have been exaggerated, researchers claimed today. More

23/12/2009 - Should elderly blood pressure therapy be limited?
Elderly people are often over-treated for high blood pressure, an expert claims today. More

22/12/2009 - Winter call to reverse fitness slide
People were urged to plan some Christmas walks today as new findings confirmed the falling fitness levels of Britain's children. More

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