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18/12/2009 - Unfit British exposed
The British are not nearly as fit as they think they are, according to figures published yesterday. More

16/12/2009 - Painkiller may limit aspirin heart benefit
A common painkiller stops low-dose aspirin from cutting the risk heart attack and stroke, researchers have reported. More

14/12/2009 - Appearances may not be deceptive
You may well be as young - or as old - as you look, doctors claimed today. More

11/12/2009 - Robot may help beating heart ops
A new computer system may enable surgeons to operate on the beating heart, it was claimed today. More

11/12/2009 - One third overweight at 11
Nearly one third of British pupils are overweight when they reach the age to leave primary school, according to figures published yesterday. More

08/12/2009 - Waist-line clue to heart disease
Your waist-line may give a strong clue about your risk of dying from heart disease, researchers warned last night. More

07/12/2009 - Miscarriage blow, DVT hope at major conference
Three studies on drug treatments that combat blood clotting may change medical practice, a major conference was told yesterday. More

30/11/2009 - Alcohol threat to cancer battle success
Growing rates of alcohol drinking are putting at risk successes in the battle against cancer, according to a new European study. More

25/11/2009 - Salt a major killer - researchers
The high level of salt eaten in the food of many countries is directly linked to stroke and heart disease, researchers claimed today. More

24/11/2009 - Reality check on child fitness
British families are out of touch with reality when it comes to the fitness of children, campaigners claimed yesterday. More

24/11/2009 - Silent sufferers risk heart disease
Workers who feel they are being treated unfairly may need to speak out - if they are not to suffer the effects in ill-health, researchers claimed today. More

19/11/2009 - Alcohol may protect male heart
Regular drinking of alcohol by men may cut their risk of heart disease by as much as a third, according to the results of a major European study published today. More

18/11/2009 - Egyptians had heart disease 3,000 years ago
The symptoms of heart disease are not solely caused by modern "lifestyle" factors, researchers have reported after studying Egyptian mummies. More

18/11/2009 - Baked or boiled fish is 'best' for heart
The method by which fish is cooked has a direct effect on its benefits for heart health, researchers say. More

17/11/2009 - New video games may boost heart health
Video games - blamed for the unfitness of modern youth - may finally be redressing the balance, a major heart conference heard yesterday. More

06/11/2009 - Heart disease patients avoid blood clots with statins
Patients on cholesterol-lowering statin therapy are also protected against dangerous blood clots, new research suggests. More

04/11/2009 - Women's heart Euro-summit
Not enough research is done into heart disease in women, experts will tell a major European conference this week. More

03/11/2009 - Aspirin not safe to prevent heart disease - experts
Aspirin should no longer be used to prevent heart disease and strokes, experts said today. More

28/10/2009 - Migraine link to stroke
A serious kind of migraine is linked to a big increase in risk of having a stroke, researchers warned today. More

27/10/2009 - More heart attacks in women, but survival improves
Heart attacks are becoming increasingly common in middle aged women, doctors warned last night. More

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