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19/10/2017 - Blood pressure-heart valve disorder link
People diagnosed with hypertension early in life face an increased risk of developing mitral regurgitation, according to a new British study. More

03/10/2017 - Study shows link between skipping breakfast and atherosclerosis
Eating a good breakfast may help to prevent atherosclerosis, Spanish researchers have reported. More

26/09/2017 - Important to recognise symptoms of FES
Doctors are being urged to “think outside the box” to recognise the symptoms of a serious condition which can result from liposuction. More

25/09/2017 - Charity warns of diabetes heart risk
People who have type 2 diabetes face a doubled risk of myocardial infarction and of stroke, a charity warned today. More

22/09/2017 - New anti-inflammatory molecules unveiled
British researchers say they have discovered powerful new anti-inflammatory chemicals that could form the basis of a range of new treatments. More

21/09/2017 - Doubts over cancer AMI care
Cancer patients who suffer acute myocardial infarction get inferior treatment to other patients, according to a European study. More

15/09/2017 - Poor diet and heart disease the world’s health problem - analysis
Ischaemic heart disease is now the leading cause of premature mortality in most regions of the world – while “unhealthy” diets are linked to 20% of deaths, according to a major analysis published today. More

12/09/2017 - Obesity cannot be “metabolically healthy”
The term “metabolically healthy obesity” should no longer be used because it misleads individuals into believing that obesity can be healthy, British researchers say today. More

11/09/2017 - E-cigarettes linked to cardiovascular risk
E-cigarettes with nicotine can cause arterial stiffness, which could increase the risk of heart attack and stroke in later life, Swedish researchers warn today. More

07/09/2017 - 20 year study shows statin benefits
Statins significantly reduce death rates among people with high LDL levels and few other cardiovascular risk factors, according to the findings of a major UK study published last night. More

06/09/2017 - Height link to thromboembolism
Researchers believe they may have found a link between height and risk of venous thromboembolism. More

04/09/2017 - Too many not young at heart, on-line test shows
A publicly backed on-line test of heart health has found thousands of people with a "heart age" ten years greater than their real age, according to figures published today. More

04/09/2017 - Donor silence blamed for transplant refusals
Hundreds of organ transplants are not taking place in the UK simply because relatives do not know the wishes of a deceased person, campaigners warned today. More

30/08/2017 - Fat-carb risks re-examined
Dietary advice aimed at reducing cardiovascular risk should focus on carbohydrate intake rather than fat intake, a European conference has been told. More

30/08/2017 - Gene link to statin pain
People who complain of myalgia caused by statins may be suffering from a genetic problem, British researchers report today. More

30/08/2017 - Sleep quality link to heart risk
People who do not get enough restful sleep may be at a raised risk of ischaemic heart disease and stroke, a new study suggests. More

29/08/2017 - Hyperlipidaemia linked to low breast cancer rates
Women with high cholesterol levels enjoy a high level of protection against breast cancer - possibly because of the treatments they take, a European conference has heard. More

29/08/2017 - Aggressive LDL reduction backed at conference
Aggressive reduction of LDL cholesterol levels is safe - and reduces cardiovascular events, a major European conference has been told. More

24/08/2017 - Mixed findings on health check effectiveness
Screening for diabetes and cardiovascular disease does not noticeably reduce mortality rates - but does help those diagnosed with diabetes, according to major research studies published last night. More

24/08/2017 - HDL not so healthy - study
High levels of high density lipoprotein, the supposedly healthy form of cholesterol, in the body are linked with significantly increased mortality risk, according to a Danish study. More

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