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03/08/2017 - Infection link to cardiovascular disease
Adults admitted to hospital with pneumonia or sepsis may be at a raised risk of cardiovascular disease, new findings indicate. More

01/08/2017 - Rethink call on statin guidelines
GP leaders today reject an analysis which suggests that all men over the age of 60 should be prescribed statins. More

14/07/2017 - AF linked to long hours
Working long hours is strongly linked to the development of atrial fibrillation, researchers reported today. More

13/07/2017 - Low levels of radiation 'harmful to cardiovascular system'
Low levels of ionising radiation can be harmful to the cardiovascular system, according to a new German study. More

13/07/2017 - Likely source of M. chimaera infection in patients uncovered
Contaminated heater-cooler units produced in Germany have been identified as the likely source of a Mycobacterium chimaera infection that affected 21 open-heart surgery patients across Europe, USA and Australia. More

12/07/2017 - Frost family boost heart screening
A nationwide genetic testing service for the inherited heart condition hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is launched today. More

05/07/2017 - Genetic heart conditions may be misdiagnosed - survey
Inherited heart conditions have often been misdiagnosed as a range of other common condition, according to a survey of patients. More

29/06/2017 - Backing for aspirin care in pregnancy
A low-dose aspirin at night may help protect pregnant women from pre-eclampsia, according to the findings of a British-led study published last night. More

27/06/2017 - Heart death link to persistent mental distress
People with persistent mental distress are at increased risk of dying from coronary heart disease, a study published last night finds. More

23/06/2017 - Fertility link to coronary artery disease
The genes that increase the risk of coronary artery disease are linked to good fertility, according to the findings of an international study published last night. More

20/06/2017 - Vaccine may lower cholesterol
A phase one trial has begun on humans to test a cholesterol-lowering vaccine, it was announced today. More

20/06/2017 - App boosts bystander response to cardiac arrest
A smartphone app has been developed mobilise dozens of trained volunteers to respond to cardiac arrest, it was announced today. More

19/06/2017 - Heart risk reducing for rheumatoid arthritis patients
Patients with rheumatoid arthritis have been enjoying a reduction in risk of cardiovascular disease since the turn of the century, a conference has heard. More

19/06/2017 - European project to study cardiac arrest
A major European project will bring together details of thousands of incidents of sudden cardiac arrest with a view to studying treatment and prevention, it has been announced. More

16/06/2017 - Heart drug dosage should be adjusted by gender - study
Women should take lower dosages of cardiovascular drugs to help prevent adverse reactions, a new Spanish study has concluded. More

14/06/2017 - Aircraft noise link to heart disease
Long-term exposure to continuous aircraft noise may be linked to hypertension, Greek researchers have reported. More

14/06/2017 - Defibrillator drones could save lives
Defibrillator-carrying drones can help save the lives of people who experience cardiac arrest, Swedish doctors have reported. More

12/06/2017 - Snake venom key to ‘safer antiplatelet drug’
A snake venom protein could be used to help develop a new, innovative class of antiplatelet drugs to prevent or reduce bleeding complications, according to a new study. More

09/06/2017 - Mortality increase found in heart bypass patients
Mortality increases significantly about ten years after patients undergo heart bypass surgery, a Danish study has discovered for the first time. More

08/06/2017 - Marathons have no impact on atherosclerosis
Repeated marathon running has no impact on the risk of coronary atherosclerosis - for better or worse, according to a new scientific study from Germany. More

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