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14/10/2020 - Poor heart attack outcomes for younger women
Young women who experience myocardial infarction have worse outcomes than men, according to an analysis published today. More

08/10/2020 - Pregnancy complications linked to increased heart disease risk
Some pregnancy complications are associated with a heightened risk of heart disease in later life, according to an analysis published today. More

07/10/2020 - Ablation cuts atrial fibrillation dementia risk
Patients with atrial fibrillation are at a reduced risk of dementia if they undergo catheter ablation, researchers report today. 1 comments More

06/10/2020 - Long COVID guideline to be developed
A guideline on the persistent effects of COVID-19, known as Long COVID, is to be developed by NICE, the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN), and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). More

29/09/2020 - Preventing heart disease would keep people employed
Preventative strategies that delay the onset of coronary heart disease would keep people in employment and save nearly 15 US billion dollars, according to a new Australian study. More

25/09/2020 - Human heart atlas could guide personalised treatments
A cellular and molecular map of the healthy human heart has been created to help clinicians understand what goes wrong in cardiovascular disease. More

04/09/2020 - World falling behind on non-communicable diseases
Most of the world is falling behind on promises to tackle chronic and non-communicable diseases – and the COVID-19 pandemic has made this worse, according to a major analysis. More

02/09/2020 - New drug option for heart disease prevention
The common gout medication, colchicine, may help prevent major cardiovascular events in patients with chronic coronary disease, a European conference has heard. More

01/09/2020 - Cholesterol drug combinations best to reduce cardiovascular risk
People who have the highest risk of cardiovascular problems could benefit being prescribed lipid-lowering therapies, a major conference – held on-line – has heard. More

24/08/2020 - Blood pressure medication improves COVID-19 outcomes
Anti-hypertensive medication could reduce the severity of COVID-19 and improve survival rates, new UK research claims today. More

20/08/2020 - Heart disease prevention to start in the womb?
Unborn babies at risk of low oxygen levels because of pregnancy complications could benefit from a specialist antioxidant to help prevent future heart disease, researchers reported last night. More

12/08/2020 - Pupil size predicts heart failure relapse
The size of a heart failure patient’s pupil can be a useful marker for prognosis, according to a new study. More

31/07/2020 - New way to reduce heart transplant rejection
A new technique that removes immune cells from donor hearts can reduce the risk of acute rejection following transplant surgery. More

30/07/2020 - Call to limit vaping ads to safeguard teenagers
Steps must be taken to stem the growth in e-cigarette use among teenagers, European experts say today. More

23/07/2020 - Plant protein diet can reduce mortality risk
People should consume more protein – particularly plant protein – to help reduce mortality risk for a number of diseases, says a new study published today. More

23/07/2020 - Weekly chocolate good for the heart?
Eating chocolate at least once a week is linked to a reduced risk of heart disease because it helps to keep the vascular system healthy, a new US study claims today. More

13/07/2020 - Heart abnormalities revealed in COVID-19 patients
Half of COVID-19 patients who had a heart scan in hospital were diagnosed with abnormalities in their heart function, a study reveals today. 1 comments More

03/07/2020 - Reluctance to call 999 linked to stroke deaths
Reluctance to “burden” the emergency services means people have failed to dial 999 after suffering a suspected stroke, campaigners say today. More

02/07/2020 - 'Hidden' illnesses in people with type 2 diabetes
More than three-quarters of people with type 2 diabetes in England also have at least one physical or mental health condition, a new study has revealed. More

01/07/2020 - Promising new heart valve developed
A new type of replacement heart valve could free patients from needing to take long-term medication, British developers say. More

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