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31/01/2017 - New blood pressure genes announced
More than 100 new gene regions associated with high blood pressure have been identified, it was announced last night. More

19/01/2017 - Soft robot that aids heartbeat
An Irish scientist has played a leading role in developing a "soft robot" that can mimic cardiac muscles, it was announced last night. More

12/01/2017 - Amygdala key to stress-heart link - study
Researchers have found a direct link between brain activity and cardiovascular disease caused by stress, it was announced today. More

12/01/2017 - Gut bacteria marker for heart risk
A marker of a gut microbiota metabolism may well be clinically useful in predicting the risk of acute coronary syndromes, Swiss researchers reported yesterday. More

11/01/2017 - New call to curb tobacco use
There are significant health and financial benefits from improved tobacco control policies, according to a major new report. More

04/01/2017 - Fish oil-heart benefit backed
A new review of the evidence to date confirms previous findings that increasing omega-3 intake in the diet may well be beneficial for the heart. More

04/01/2017 - Sweetener study sparks concern
Senior paediatricians have urged parents not to be deterred by a study claiming that low-sugar drinks offer few benefits for health. More

29/12/2016 - Middle-aged are unhealthy - Public Health England
Only one in six of England's middle-aged people are leading a healthy lifestyle, according to Public Health England. More

29/12/2016 - Promise of heart failure trial
A growth factor drug has shown promise in tackling heart failure in early clinical trials, it has been announced. More

28/12/2016 - Diabetes drug combo may beat cancer
A combination of the diabetes drug metformin with a drug for hypertension may prove a potent treatment for cancer, according to Swiss researchers. More

19/12/2016 - Very low lipid target "effective"
Using medication to reduce adult lipid levels to those of a new-born baby is an effective way of treating cardiovascular disease, British researchers have claimed. More

16/12/2016 - Hope to tackle age-related diseases
A genetic breakthrough will pave the way for a range of new drugs to tackle age-related diseases, it was claimed last night. More

12/12/2016 - Diabetes link to cancer-related heart failure
Patients with diabetes treated for cancer may face an increased risk of developing heart failure, a European conference has heard. More

09/12/2016 - Heart risk from alcohol intake
Drinking alcohol even in moderation may pose serious risks for some heart conditions, researchers have warned. More

07/12/2016 - Heart disease problem underlies maternal death rates
Cardiovascular disease is one of the key factors underlying maternal deaths, experts say today. More

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

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