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08/04/2016 - Implanted tech will aid mountain medical research
A team of British military personnel will be using new technology for research into the effects of altitude on the human body as they climb one of the world’s highest mountain peaks. More

07/04/2016 - Fresh fruit's impact on heart health
People who eat fresh fruit daily may enjoy a huge benefit for cardiovascular health, according to a major study published yesterday. More

05/04/2016 - Vitamin D3 enhances heart function
Taking daily vitamin D3 improves the heart health in people who have chronic heart failure, a study has revealed for the first time. More

30/03/2016 - Salt appetite uncovered
A gene that is linked to both an individual's craving for salt and blood pressure control has been identified by a team led by experts at the University of Southern Denmark. More

23/03/2016 - Study rejects SSRI link to heart disease
SSRI anti-depressants do not increase the risk of cardiovascular conditions, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

23/03/2016 - Salt down - but not enough
Britons have cut their salt consumption in the last decade - but not by enough, according to public health experts. More

18/03/2016 - Public needs more fibre - new guidelines
Five-a-day does not provide enough fibre, according to new guidelines published yesterday by Public Health England. More

15/03/2016 - Chronic conditions risk among MS patients
Patients face an increased risk of developing chronic conditions, such as high blood pressure and depression, if they have multiple sclerosis, according to a new analysis. More

10/03/2016 - Chinese exercises benefits demonstrated
People with heart cardiovascular disease could find that traditional Chinese exercises will improve their health and wellbeing. More

07/03/2016 - Ageing begins in the womb
The ageing process begins in the womb – but giving the mother-to-be antioxidants during pregnancy could slow a child’s ageing process in adulthood. More

03/03/2016 - How happiness can harm the heart
Joyful events can trigger acute stress cardiomyopathy or Takotsubo syndrome, according to a European study published today. More

25/02/2016 - Warning on diabetes blood pressure treatment
Some people with diabetes may suffer harm from intensive blood pressure treatment, Swedish researchers warn today. More

22/02/2016 - European guidelines for heart failure discharge
New European guidelines seek to help doctors decide when to discharge patients with acute heart failure from hospital. More

19/02/2016 - 'Simple' test for inherited heart conditions
A simple, single genetic test that will help to improve the diagnosis of inherited heart conditions, it was announced today. More

16/02/2016 - Active work may interact with high blood pressure
Women with hypertension and highly active jobs face a hugely increased risk of developing ischaemic heart disease, according to a new Danish study. More

11/02/2016 - Statin side-effect clues unveiled
British researchers say they have found new clues to the side effects faced by some patients who take statins. More

09/02/2016 - How health effects of pollution linger
People exposed to persistent air pollution decades ago still live with the health consequences, according to a UK study published today. More

21/01/2016 - Call for heart screening after stroke
Many stroke patients could be experiencing "silent" heart disease, and screening should be widened, according to a team led by Professor Pankaj Sharma of Royal Holloway, University of London, UK. More

20/01/2016 - Gender difference in atrial fibrillation risks
Atrial fibrillation may be more closely linked to risk of heart disease and death among women than men, researchers warned today. More

14/01/2016 - Health checks have prevented illness - study
The controversial British NHS Health Check programme has successfully prevented major cardiovascular incidents, according to research published today. More

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