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01/07/2009 - More should take cholesterol drugs - researchers
Supposedly healthy people should take cholesterol-lowering drugs - if they are at risk of heart disease, researchers report today. More

29/06/2009 - No consensus on aneurysm screening
Two new studies have reached different conclusions on the cost-effectiveness of national aortic screening programmes. More

26/06/2009 - Hidden heart condition plea
An undiagnosed genetic heart condition is putting thousands of lives at risk, an expert will warn today. More

23/06/2009 - How music boosts the circulation
Doctors have suspected for a while that music can be good for the heart - now a detailed study has given new clues. More

02/06/2009 - Heart failure a growing problem
Growing rates of obesity and diabetes will lead to a surge in numbers of patients being treated for heart failure, a British expert has told a European conference. More

22/05/2009 - Diabetics can reduce heart attack risk
New findings, published today, reinforce the belief that people with diabetes reduce their risk of heart attack if they keep low blood sugar levels. More

15/05/2009 - Heart disease in pregnancy "major threat"
Experts have urged doctors to be on the look-out for symptoms of heart disease in pregnant women. More

14/05/2009 - Active commuting cuts heart attack risk
New research suggests that people who drive to work have a greater heart attack risk than those who walk or cycle. More

13/05/2009 - Food and folic acid boost child health
Infant heart defects have decreased since mandatory folic acid fortification of flour and pasta began in Canada, according to a new study. More

12/05/2009 - Elderly need sunshine
Elderly people should spend time in the sunshine - to cut their risk of heart disease, British researchers have reported. More

30/04/2009 - Half a glass for the heart
There's been strong evidence that wine may be good for the heart - but new evidence published today suggests just half a glass a day may be best. More

24/04/2009 - Fall in HRT use preventing heart attacks?
The decline in popularity of hormone replacement therapy may be linked to a fall in heart attacks, researchers said today. More

23/04/2009 - Fish helps male heart
Eating oily fish may help protect men against heart failure, according to new findings. More

21/04/2009 - Breast-feeding may protect woman's heart
A woman who breast-feeds her babies may store up health protection for herself later in life, researchers reported today. More

21/04/2009 - Skin link to diabetes
The skin disease psoriasis may be linked to diabetes and other health problems - at least for women, researchers reported last night. More

20/04/2009 - Older people under-treated after stroke
Older people who have had a stroke are often under-treated in primary care, it has been claimed. More

15/04/2009 - Music - the food of the heart
Heart patients benefit significantly from listening to music, experts reported today. More

14/04/2009 - Vegetables, nuts winners for heart health
A review of dozens of studies on the link between food and heart disease has given the thumbs up to the so-called Mediterranean diet, researchers reported last night. More

10/04/2009 - New procedure tranforming heart care - conference
Heart attack services need to be reconfigured because of the the dramatic rise in the use of a life-saving procedure, a major European conference has heard. More

08/04/2009 - Fat near the heart raises disease risk
People with fat accumulated around their heart face a raised risk of disease, new research shows. More

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