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03/04/2019 - Fall in UK cardiovascular deaths
Cardiovascular deaths in the UK have halved in the last 25 years, according to a new analysis. More

29/03/2019 - Preventative drugs provide little benefit to some patients
Reducing the use of preventive medications in people with advanced cancer near the end of life could reduce unnecessary side effects and improve patient quality of life, a new study has found. More

28/03/2019 - AI to help find cardiac rhythm devices
A new AI system can help identify implanted electronic devices in emergency situations, developers have announced. More

26/03/2019 - Sedentary lifestyles linked to 70,000 UK deaths a year
Sitting down for large parts of the day is linked to nearly 70,000 deaths every year in the UK, a new observational study has revealed. More

18/03/2019 - Atrial fibrillation sub-types defined
Individualised treatment for people with atrial fibrillation is a step closer, thanks to the discovery of subtypes of the heart disorder, a conference has heard. More

13/03/2019 - Air pollution threat measured
Air pollution is a larger threat to global health than previously believed, researchers have warned. More

08/03/2019 - Extend anti-hypertensive medication - guidance
Up to 700,000 extra people could be advised to take anti-hypertensive medicines in a major shift of guidance published today. More

05/03/2019 - Brain linked to Takotsubo syndrome in heart
Parts of the brain that process emotions could be linked to the onset of Takotsubo syndrome, the so-called “broken heart syndrome”, it is revealed today. More

04/03/2019 - Send STEMI patients direct to specialist centres
Myocardial infarction patients have improved chances of long-term survival if they are sent directly to specialist centres, according to the findings of a major study of the effect of reorganisations in the UK. More

25/02/2019 - Immune cell discovery brings hope for new treatments/ heart valves
The origin of an immune cell that plays a critical role in the formation of healthy heart valves has been found, opening the way for new treatments for heart valve disorders, it has been announced. More

14/02/2019 - New drive to prevent CVD
A major drive to tackle the three major causes of cardiovascular disease in England has been announced. More

07/02/2019 - Heart protection from psoriasis drugs
Treating patients for severe psoriasis also helps reduce their cardiovascular disease risk, researchers have reported. More

01/02/2019 - Statins reduce cardiovascular disease risk in older people - review
Patients over the age of 75 benefit from taking statins to reduce their risk of developing cardiovascular disease, according to an analysis published today. More

30/01/2019 - Breast cancer atrial fibrillation risk studied
A woman’s risk of atrial fibrillation increases significantly after a diagnosis of breast cancer, Danish researchers have reported. More

30/01/2019 - Heart risk varies with immune 'clock'
An internal ‘clock’ that regulates the action of neutrophils, a type of leucocyte in the immune system, Spanish researchers have reported. More

23/01/2019 - New doubts over aspirin and cardiovascular disease prevention
The risks from taking aspirin to prevent cardiovascular incidents may outweight the benefits for healthy patients, according to a new systematic review. More

17/01/2019 - Macrophage link to hypertension
Macrophages in the immune system may have a key role in hypertension, according to a project in Edinburgh, UK. More

16/01/2019 - Exercise benefits heart and blood sugar
Cardiology experts have published a position paper urging doctors to prescribe exercise for people with type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. More

15/01/2019 - How lack of sleep 'increases cardiovascular risk'
People who sleep less than six hours a night could increase their chances of developing cardiovascular disease, a new study has found. More

11/01/2019 - High fibre diet linked to reduced NCD risk - official
People who eat high levels of dietary fibre and whole grains reduce their risk of developing non-communicable diseases compared with those who consume less, according to a global analysis of studies over 40 years published today. More

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