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26/10/2015 - Blackouts and drownings linked to undiagnosed Long QT
Patients who report blackouts or near drownings should be checked for long QT syndrome <- a genetic heart condition>, a conference has heard. More

23/10/2015 - Metabolic syndrome "simplistic"
The idea of a metabolic syndrome that precedes diabetes may be unhelpful and "simplistic", British researchers say today following a major analysis of the evidence. More

19/10/2015 - Sniff and gasp to stop fainting, conference hears
A sniffing and gasping technique can help prevent fainting episodes, a major European heart conference has heard. More

15/10/2015 - Medicine labels to reveal salt content
Medicines across Europe are to be labelled with information about salt and sodium content, it has been revealed. More

13/10/2015 - Call to tackle cancer VTE risk
Venous thromboembolism is contributing to as many as 4,000 cancer deaths a year in England and Wales, according to report published today. More

23/09/2015 - Not all trans fats unsafe - study
Not all trans fats are dangerous to consume, it was claimed today. More

23/09/2015 - Coffee not linked to heart murmur
A new study has ruled out a link between drinking coffee and a raised risk of the heart beat disorder, atrial fibrillation. More

11/09/2015 - Poor diet and blood pressure key global health risks
Unhealthy diets and high blood pressure are now the major causes of death globally, researchers say today. More

03/09/2015 - Fizzy drinks linked to cardiac arrest
There appears to be a significant link between consumption of carbonated drinks and out-of-hospital cardiac arrests, according to a new study. More

02/09/2015 - No lifestyle change in cardiac patients
Falling numbers of smokers with coronary heart disease or at high risk of cardiovascular disease are making plans to quit, a European conference heard yesterday. More

27/08/2015 - Time for "high fat Mediterranean diet"
The standard low-fat, low-calorie advice routinely provided to diabetics, among other patient groups, is not effective at reducing illness or death, a cardiologist claimed today. More

24/08/2015 - Tobacco chewing's global toll
The growing habit of chewing tobacco is taking thousands of lives worldwide, according to a new study. More

12/08/2015 - Trans fats the real heart threat?
Natural saturated fats may not be a major threat to heart health, researchers say today. More

11/08/2015 - Gene find offers lung disease hope
British researchers have found a genetic target that could help in the treatment of a rare lung and heart condition, it was announced yesterday. More

06/08/2015 - Mental agility link to heart risk
Slow brain activity may indicate increased risk of heart attack or stroke, Dutch researchers say today. More

31/07/2015 - Stand up for health - study
Standing rather than sitting during idle moments could help burn up fat and blood sugar, researchers report today. More

13/07/2015 - Toothpaste link to heart monitoring
A component of toothpaste could be used to revolutionise the care of people with unstable heart disease, British researchers have reported. More

09/07/2015 - Premature birth link to heart disease
Women who have given birth prematurely face a significantly increased risk of developing heart disease, aggravated if they have smoked, researchers warn today. More

08/07/2015 - Danger of diabetes and heart disease combination
People who suffer a combination of diabetes and heart disease face a hugely increased risk of death, researchers warn today. More

07/07/2015 - Healthy lifestyle reduces risk of heart failure
People who are active and maintain a healthy lifestyle can reduce their risk of heart failure, a long-term study has confirmed. More

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