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11/06/2015 - Nuts for health
Eating regular quantities of nuts, including peanuts, may have major benefits for the health, researchers claim today. More

10/06/2015 - Gene screening hope for athletes
Athletes could be offered genetic screening to identify if they are at risk of sudden heart attacks, it was revealed today. More

09/06/2015 - Verdi good for the heart?
The Italian composer Verdi may hold the key to heart health, researchers reveal today. More

04/06/2015 - Cancer now biggest killer
Cancer is now a bigger killer than heart disease in the UK, according to an analysis published today. More

03/06/2015 - Heart condition best tested during exercise
Heart tests for athletes are most useful when undertaken during exercise, researchers say today. More

02/06/2015 - Stand up for your health, workers told
Office workers should stand up for at least two hours a day while they are at work, according to radical guidelines published today. More

01/06/2015 - Statins boost by-pass success - study
Patients who are taking cholesterol-lowering statins before undergoing a heart by-pass enjoy a significantly reduced risk of dying, a European conference has heard. More

20/05/2015 - Stroke risk may be cut by cholesterol drugs
Healthy older people enjoy a reduced risk of suffering stroke if they are taking cholesterol lowering drugs, researchers report today. More

18/05/2015 - Heart risk to athletes "common"
Being an elite athlete does not protect from some forms of heart disease - and, according to a new study, large numbers of highly trained sportspeople are at risk. More

14/05/2015 - Getting a grip on heart disease
The strength of a person's grip could be a key indicator of their risk of heart attack or stroke, researchers say today. More

12/05/2015 - Alarm as stroke afflicts workers
Growing numbers of working age adults have been succumbing to stroke this century, campaigners warned today. More

06/05/2015 - European warning on heart failure
As many as 20% of people in developed European countries face developing heart failure, experts warned today. More

05/05/2015 - Time up for foxglove drug?
A classic heart disease drug based on a poisonous wild flower is linked to an increase in death rates, researchers report today. More

30/04/2015 - Polygamy increases risk of heart disease
Men who have more than one wife have a four-fold increased risk of heart disease, according to a study in Saudi Arabia. More

29/04/2015 - Air pollution major problem in Europe - WHO
The devastating health effects of air pollution are costing Europe the equivalent of a trillion pounds a year, according to a report published today. More

23/04/2015 - Low-carb only cure for obesity - Malhotra
Too many carbs in the diet are the main cause of the UK's obesity outbreak, according to an outspoken cardiologist today. More

17/04/2015 - New statin link to diabetes
Taking cholesterol-lowering statins increases the risk of developing diabetes significantly, according to the latest investigation into the subject. More

09/04/2015 - Blue broccoli cuts cholesterol levels
Broccoli is a vegetable loved by some, hated by others and regarded as especially healthy - and a new blue-tinged variety is even healthier, researchers have reported. More

09/04/2015 - Height gene link to heart health
Short people are genetically programmed to suffer increased risk of heart disease, researchers reported last night. More

08/04/2015 - Low sports-linked cardiac arrest risk
New figures suggest that the risk of sudden cardiac arrest while playing sport is lower than some may have thought. More

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