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09/09/2016 - Statins maligned - review
The side-effects of statins have been routinely exaggerated and the benefits under-stated, according to a major review of the evidence published today. More

08/09/2016 - Atrial fibrillation risks outlined
A new analysis seeks to set out the range of health risks linked to atrial fibrillation. More

07/09/2016 - Lifestyle key to cardiac rehabilitation
Heart patients need to be encouraged to adopt healthy lifestyles to prevent repeat episodes, according to European guidelines published today. More

31/08/2016 - Heart attack survival boost examined
A new study suggests that heart attack patients treated with invasive coronary strategy such as coronary angiography have improved survival rates. More

30/08/2016 - Stem cells and guidelines at Euro-conference
A stem cell therapy for congestive heart failure has so far not shown any benefit, a conference has heard. More

26/08/2016 - Backing for virtual artery diagnosis
Cardiologists could soon win official approval in the UK to use virtual 3D models to identify blocked and narrowed arteries, it is announced today. More

19/08/2016 - Metformin may be cardiovascular treatment - study
The diabetes drug metformin could be used to treat cardiovascular disease in non-diabetes patients, researchers say today. More

15/08/2016 - Heart death progress patchy in Europe
Cardiovascular disease is responsible for 45% of deaths in Europe, according to an analysis published today. More

04/08/2016 - Cholesterol-diabetes link examined
People with naturally low levels of cholesterol may face an increased risk of diabetes, researchers say today. More

03/08/2016 - Obesity linked to diabetes rather than CV disease
Lifestyle interventions to tackle obesity may be most effective at reducing the risk of diabetes, according to research on twins. More

02/08/2016 - Child heart disease genes found
Children with non-syndromic congenital heart disease often inherit genetic mutations from their "apparently healthy" parents, according to the findings of a major study reported last night. More

28/07/2016 - Walk an hour a day - study
An hour a day of walking can counteract the health risks of spending all day sitting, according to a major study published today. More

26/07/2016 - Heart risks measured for Hodgkin survivors
Survivors of childhood Hodgkin lymphoma may face the same cardiovascular risks at the age of 30 as others face at the age of 50, according to a study published today. More

22/07/2016 - Education level link to heart failure
People with a high level of education may face a reduced risk of heart failure following a heart attack, according to new findings. More

20/07/2016 - Key blood vessel gene found
British scientists have identified a gene responsible for angiogenesis - suggesting the possibility of treatments to stimulate blood vessel growth, it was announced today. More

18/07/2016 - Global stroke risk factors analysed
Ten risk factors are responsible for 90% of all strokes, according to the findings of a major international study. More

14/07/2016 - Researchers quantify obesity loss of life
Being overweight shortens life expectancy by about a year, according to a major international study published today. More

11/07/2016 - Statins linked to cancer risk reduction
Statins may have a role in reducing the risk of dying from four common cancers, a European conference has been told. More

06/07/2016 - Blood pressure drugs overused in elderly?
Many older people may be taking antihypertensives unnecessarily, researchers have claimed. More

29/06/2016 - Statin media coverage may have cut use
Controversy over the benefits of statins may have led patients to abandon their use, endangering their health, it was claimed today. More

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