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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

06/03/2015 - How high-veg diet is good for heart
A near vegetarian diet can make a massive difference to the health of the heart, British researchers reported today. More

06/03/2015 - Hospitality link to smoking
Low-wage workers based in the strictest smoke-free environments may be the heaviest smokers, according to a new analysis today. More

03/03/2015 - ‘Moderate’ coffee consumption reduces heart attack risk
Moderate daily coffee consumption could help to prevent coronary calcium, a build-up of which leads to heart attacks, according to a study published today. More

26/02/2015 - Over-sleeping link to stroke
People who sleep for long periods face an increased risk of stroke, British researchers warned last night. More

26/02/2015 - Inflammation heart disease puzzle
Chronic inflammation is usually thought to be unhealthy - but now researchers, using new genetic techniques, say it may sometimes protect against heart disease. More

24/02/2015 - Anger link to heart attack
People who suffer intense anger face a massively increased risk of heart attack, researchers warned today. More

17/02/2015 - Three times a week enough for women's hearts
Middle-aged women need to be active "a few times" a week to keep their risk of diseases of the heart and circulation down, researchers reported last night. More

17/02/2015 - Heart alarm fails to shake lifestyles
Only 50% of smokers who have heart attacks give up the habit after their illness, according to the disturbing findings of a European study published today. More

11/02/2015 - Alcohol health benefits 'disappearing'
Drinking small amounts of alcohol may not convey much-touted health benefits, it is claimed today. More

10/02/2015 - Row at saturated fat rehab bid
A row erupted today over claims that saturated fats may not be as bad for the heart as has been claimed. More

10/02/2015 - Pre-term birth link to heart disease
Women who give birth to premature babies face an increased risk of heart disease, researchers warn today. More

09/02/2015 - Drive to give up chocolate
Britain's chocoholics are being urged to give up for March as part of a drive to improve heart health. More

04/02/2015 - The toll of daily pill-popping
Many people would resist calls for them to take a daily pill simply to extend their life, researchers say today. More

04/02/2015 - Jogging should stay light?
People who do regular light jogging gain more health than endurance runners, researchers have claimed. More

02/02/2015 - Rotten egg gas could be heart therapy
A gas that gives rotten eggs their distinctive odour could be harnessed for new heart therapies. More

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