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25/05/2017 - Minimally invasive autopsy now "successful"
A novel angiography technique for the coronary arteries could revolutionise the process of autopsy, British researchers say today. More

24/05/2017 - Chocolate linked to reduced AF risk
There is some evidence that consuming small amounts of chocolate may be linked to a reduced risk of atrial fibrillation, researchers say today. More

22/05/2017 - Blood tests show antihypertension non-adherence rates
Prescribing multiple anti-hypertensive drugs significantly increases the risk of non-adherence, according to a Manchester based study. More

17/05/2017 - Obesity can't be healthy, conference hears
Obese people who are labelled 'metabolically healthy' are still at a greater risk of cardiovascular disease than normal weight people, a conference is to hear today. More

16/05/2017 - Respiratory infection increases heart attack risk
Suffering a respiratory infection increases the risk of having a heart attack during the following week significantly, according to Australian research. More

10/05/2017 - Heart risk from popular painkillers
All non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs may carry an increased risk of acute myocardial infarction, researchers say today. More

05/05/2017 - Heart-rate apps are ‘inaccurate’
People are being warned not to rely on the accuracy of heart-rate apps after researcher found significant discrepancies in them. More

03/05/2017 - Gluten-heart link examined
There is no evidence that high gluten intake among non-celiac people is linked to heart disease, researchers say today. More

03/05/2017 - Statin side-effects linked to nocebo effect
Common side-effects linked to statins may be caused by a nocebo effect, according to a major new study reported today. More

02/05/2017 - Blood group heart risk link studied
Blood groups should be used as a risk factor for cardiovascular risk, a European conference has been told. More

26/04/2017 - Binge drinking link to heart risk
A study of a German drinking festival has reported a link between alcohol consumption and cardiac arrhythmia. More

18/04/2017 - Mitral regurgitation guidelines updated
US experts today released new guidelines on the management of ischaemic mitral regurgitation. More

13/04/2017 - How fitness improves MI survival
People who keep fit improve their chances of survival if they suffer a myocardial infarction, according to the findings of a Danish study published today. More

10/04/2017 - Atrial fibrillation/size link in women
Women who are taller and heavier face an increased risk of developing atrial fibrillation compared with smaller women, a European conference has heard. More

07/04/2017 - Cascade screening for heart condition would save lives - analysis
Thousands of people could be saved from the effects of cardiovascular disease if the UK adopted "cascade" screening for the families of people with hypercholesterolaemia, according to an analysis published today. More

03/04/2017 - Inactive Britons urged to step up
A campaign was launched today to encourage 20 million inactive adults in Britain to take some exercise. More

23/03/2017 - Alcohol heart disease link explored
Moderate drinking is linked to reduced risk of many kinds of cardiovascular disease, according to a major UK analysis published today. More

20/03/2017 - New 'gene silencer' drug dramatically reduces cholesterol
A new "gene silencer" drug could reduce cholesterol by more than 50% among patients at risk of cardiovascular disease, researchers say. More

13/03/2017 - New gene behind young cardiac arrest announced
A leading heart specialist has welcomed news of the discovery of a fresh gene responsible for making young people vulnerable to cardiac arrest. More

10/03/2017 - PDE-5 inhibitors may protect against MI
People who take impotence drugs may benefit through improved survival after myocardial infarction, according to a new study from Sweden. More

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