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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

27/03/2015 - Papworth heart transplant breakthrough
The number of heart transplants could increase dramatically after the success of the UK's first operation involving a non-beating organ. More

19/03/2015 - Changes to British diet that cut heart disease
Most people in the UK could cut their risk of heart disease and stroke by a third by changing their diet to national guidelines, according to a new study. More

19/03/2015 - Pester power may cut salt use?
Child pester power may be the key to getting adults to cut use of salt and protect themselves against high blood pressure, British researchers say today. More

12/03/2015 - High cholesterol disorder prevents diabetes?
People with naturally high cholesterol levels may enjoy protection against the development of diabetes, according to Dutch researchers. More

10/03/2015 - HRT has few heart benefits - analysis
Little evidence has emerged that hormone replacement therapy could protect women against heart disease, experts say today. More

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