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08/06/2016 - Marital status linked to inpatient stay
Married heart attack patients are likely to have a lower mortality risk and a shorter stay in hospital than others, a conference will hear today. More

06/06/2016 - Iron to be tested for heart failure
A major clinical trial will test if injections of iron supplements could ease the symptoms of heart failure, it was announced today. More

02/06/2016 - Heart failure action call
Campaigners have called for action to help reduce heart failure rates after a sharp increase in hospital visits for the condition. More

01/06/2016 - Migraine cardiovascular link examined
Young women who suffer from regular migraine attacks appear to have an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, researchers warn today. More

25/05/2016 - Euro-guidance for cardiovascular health
Laws and policies around food, physical activity and smoking are key to the prevention of cardiovascular disease, according to new European guidance. More

25/05/2016 - Heart failure rate high after heart attack
A quarter of patients develop heart failure before four years have passed since a myocardial infarction, according to a Dutch study. More

24/05/2016 - How heart failure patients benefit from flu vaccine
The flu vaccine significantly cuts the need for hospital care for heart failure patients, according to the findings of a major UK study reported yesterday. More

23/05/2016 - Row over "eat fat" advice
Anti-obesity campaigners stoked controversy today by calling for the nation to adopt low-carb diets to reduce weight. More

19/05/2016 - Software helps to tackle cardiac chaos
Three patients with advanced atrial fibrillation have undergone a new ablation technique using software designed to "decode" the chaotic electrical activity of the heart, it has been announced. More

18/05/2016 - Blood pressure warning over potatoes
Treating potatoes as a healthy vegetable may increase hypertension risk, according to a US study published today. More

16/05/2016 - MRI backed for cardiac diagnosis
MRI is the best way to diagnose high risk patients with cardiac chest pain, according to a five-year-long British research project reported today. More

11/05/2016 - Low dose alteplase boosts stroke survival
A reduced dose of alteplase cut rates of intracerebral haemorrhage and improved patient survival, according to the results of a major clinical trial published yesterday. More

06/05/2016 - Caution over NICE cholesterol drug recommendation
A leading medical charity has urged caution today after the UK regulator NICE recommended two new medications for people with cholesterol conditions that put them at increased risk of heart attack or stroke. More

05/05/2016 - AF statin guidelines could change following trial
International guidelines on preventing atrial fibrillation could change after a major trial raised questions about the benefits of taking statins before and after heart surgery. More

03/05/2016 - Health Check offers limited benefits - study
The NHS Health Check is currently achieving minuscule improvements in health, according to a major new study. More

28/04/2016 - How night work harms heart
Working nights regularly over a period of years significantly increases the risk of heart disease, according to a major international study published yesterday. More

25/04/2016 - Mediterranean diet aids health - but doubts about Western eating
A diet rich in so-called Mediterranean foods is linked to a significant reduction in cardiovascular events - even if it is mixed with other "unhealthy" foods, researchers reported today. More

20/04/2016 - Social factors linked to heart disease
Loneliness and isolation can have a significant effect on the risk of heart disease, according to research published today. More

15/04/2016 - Greek dancing improves strength in elderly heart patients
Elderly people with heart failure could embrace their inner Zorba the Greek and get dancing after a study found that Greek dancing improves their strength and ability to jump. More

13/04/2016 - Sunflower oil may not improve health
Cooking with some vegetable oils rather than saturated fats may not improve heart health, researchers claim today. More

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