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A large waistline can almost double your risk of premature death, even if your weight is in the 'normal' range, British researchers warn today. More

12/11/2008 - Euro blood pressure problem
High blood pressure is posing a major threat to health across Europe and immediate action is needed to tackle it, say experts. More

12/11/2008 - Lack of sleep may pose heart threat
Researchers have found evidence that sleeping less than seven and a half hours per night may increase the chances of heart disease among people at a slightly raised risk. More

10/11/2008 - New indicator for statins
A major international heart disease trial has been halted after successfully identifying a powerful new test for risk. More

10/11/2008 - Vitamins fail heart trial
The idea that vitamin supplements can prevent heart disease has failed to win support in a major study, a conference was being told today. More

29/10/2008 - Report gives insight into global disease
Heart disease is one of the big killers in all countries, whether rich or poor, according to a new analysis. More

27/10/2008 - Volunteers will test purple tomatoes
British researchers promoting the benefits of a new "purple tomato" have promised to conduct proper medical trials involving volunteers. More

21/10/2008 - Johnson announces heart attack plan
New procedures for treating heart attacks will save 240 more lives a year, the health secretary claimed yesterday. More

20/10/2008 - Heart attacks to be treated with angioplasty - everywhere
Angioplasty is to be made the "gold standard" for heart attacks, it has been reported. More

17/10/2008 - Common pills don't protect diabetic hearts
New evidence suggests that diabetic people who take aspirin or vitamins long-term are not protecting themselves against heart disease, heart attack, or stroke. More

07/10/2008 - Obesity drive goes local
The English health service spent more than four billion pounds last year dealing with the effects of the obesity epidemic, it was annnounced today. More

30/09/2008 - Stroke risk for warfarin users
The popular blood-thinning drug warfarin can put patients at increased risk if they suffer a haemorrhagic stroke, researchers warned today. More

29/09/2008 - Heart risk action plea
European experts have called on the public to ensure they know what puts them at risk of heart disease. More

25/09/2008 - Supplement may aid stroke patients
A dietary supplement containing isoflavone, a chemical present in soybeans, chickpeas, legumes and clovers, may improve arterial health among stroke patients. More

15/09/2008 - Stroke treatment improving - report
Long-awaited improvements in the treatment of stroke are starting to take effect, a report says today. More

09/09/2008 - Brush aside heart disease
Researchers have found a new link between gum disease and heart disease, highlighting the importance of good oral health. More

01/09/2008 - Fish oil aids heart patients
Fish oil can be a useful treatment for heart failure patients, according to a new European study. More

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