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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

06/06/2017 - IL4 may be key to MI recovery for some
Interleukin-4 may help the recovery of some patients after myocardial infarction, a conference will hear today. More

05/06/2017 - Doctors plan for medical emergencies in deep space
Planners of long-range space missions need to think carefully about the risk of medical emergencies, a European conference has heard. More

02/06/2017 - Edinburgh plan for atherothrombosis detection
Scottish researchers have set out to find improved methods to identify and diagnose risk of atherothrombosis. More

30/05/2017 - Beta-blockers queried for AMI without heart failure
Beta-blockers may be over-prescribed to patients who suffer myocardial infarction, according to British researchers. More

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

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