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06/12/2016 - 20g nuts a day "reduces" risk of diseases
People who eat a handful of nuts a day have a lower risk of heart disease, cancer and other diseases, according to a new study led by European researchers. More

01/12/2016 - Crabs contribute to heart "patch"
Crab shells have helped create a new substance to help repair damaged hearts, it was revealed last night. More

30/11/2016 - Racquets, swimming and aerobics best for health?
Racquet sports, swimming and aerobics may be the healthiest forms of fitness, researchers say today. More

29/11/2016 - Dialysis heart scan success
British researchers have found a way to conduct MRI scans of patients undergoing kidney dialysis, it has been announced. More

24/11/2016 - US study rejects safety of butter, saturated fats
Butter is not "back", a leading public health researcher said today after unveiling evidence linking saturated fats to increased risk of heart disease. More

24/11/2016 - How alcohol affects stroke risk
The effects of alcohol on stroke risk vary between ischaemic and haemorrhagic disease, according to a new Swedish study today. More

22/11/2016 - Heart stress gene found
About 1% of the UK population carries a gene variant that can cause heart failure at times of stress, researchers reported last night. More

18/11/2016 - Giant genetic leap for Europe
European researchers have revealed the findings of a major project that set out to investigate links between blood cell development and a range of disease. More

17/11/2016 - Fat tissue link to insulin resistance
Researchers have discovered that a central element in the development of insulin resistance is a failure in the body's ability to store excess fat safely. More

16/11/2016 - Warning on global blood pressure rates
The incidence of high blood pressure has nearly doubled in the last 40 years globally, researchers say today. More

08/11/2016 - Target heart screening - new study
Heart screening programmes could be effective by targeting just 12% of the population, researchers have claimed. More

04/11/2016 - ‘Worried well’ link to heart disease risk
People who needlessly worry that they have, or will develop, serious illness could increase their risk of heart disease, according to Norwegian research published today. More

31/10/2016 - How heart failure causes vary by ethnicity
Doctors should take ethnicity into consideration when diagnosing and treating heart failure, researchers say after identifying major differences between groups. More

27/10/2016 - Study backs cholesterol gene disorder screening
Children could be screened for familial hypercholesterolaemia during routine GP visits, researchers said last night. More

25/10/2016 - Air pollution and traffic noise affect blood pressure
People exposed to air pollution and traffic noise long term have an increased risk of developing high blood pressure, according to a major European study published today. More

24/10/2016 - Genetics study recruits 20,000th participant
A British-based genetics study that aims to improve heart disease prediction has recruited its 20,000th participant. More

18/10/2016 - CPR drive as bystanders stand back
Improved rates of bystander CPR could help save 13% of cardiac arrest patients, researchers say today as campaigners seek to train thousands more in the life-saving techniques. More

17/10/2016 - Many A&E visits 'preventable'
One fifth of emergency department visits are preventable, a European conference has heard. More

17/10/2016 - New app helps heart attack survivors
An app featuring an avatar “nurse” could be used to help people recognise the symptoms of a heart attack so that they know what to do next, a European conference has been told. More

12/10/2016 - COX-2 inhibitors risk "low" - study
A large study on the risks of different painkillers prescribed for arthritis has found no significant increase in risk with COX-2 inhibitors. More

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