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29/01/2015 - Toll of preventable diabetes death
Nearly 24,000 people a year are dying early because of "preventable" complications of diabetes, according to a major study published today. More

27/01/2015 - Cholesterol problem for young adults
Failing to tackle high cholesterol levels in young adults may leave them with a legacy of heart problems, researchers warned last night. More

23/01/2015 - Why heart deaths fell
Falling blood pressure and cholesterol levels in England spared 20,000 people from death from heart disease over an eight year period, researchers say today. More

20/01/2015 - Ramblers are healthy - study
People who undertake regular outdoor walking in groups enjoy massive health benefits, according to a UK study reported today. More

20/01/2015 - New alcohol link to heart health
Moderate drinking of alcohol may protect the heart - helping to prevent failure of the organ, researchers report today. More

13/01/2015 - Happy homes mean healthy hearts
A happy home as a child is a key factor in deciding heart health in adulthood, according to Finnish researchers. More

06/01/2015 - Rotating night shift work ‘bad for health’
Women who work rotating night shifts for five or more years could be at increased risk of dying from heart disease, researchers warn today. More

02/01/2015 - Perils of taking exercise break
The Christmas holiday may have led to many people taking extended breaks from keeping fit – but just five days of inactivity is enough to trigger damage to blood vessels, researchers say. More

30/12/2014 - Sci-fi technology fails to stop cardiac arrest
In the 24th century, victims of cardiac arrest are still likely to face a high risk of dying, according to Austrian researchers. More

16/12/2014 - Yoga as good as cycling for heart?
Yoga may be as good as other physical activities at improving heart health, researchers say today. More

15/12/2014 - New warning on low blood sugar
Collapsing blood sugar levels may massively increase the risk of fatal heart attacks, according to a new British study. More

11/12/2014 - Sugar deadlier than salt?
People with high blood pressure are told they have a problem with salt – but doctors should really point them to another white crystal, sugar, experts say today. More

11/12/2014 - Tests may rehabilitate banned arthritis drugs
Tests for heart risk could be used to bring a range of arthritis drugs back into use, British researchers have reported. More

04/12/2014 - How spinach is good for heart
A simple chemical found in green leafy vegetables may play a key role in heart health, researchers reported last night. More

27/11/2014 - Rheumatic heart disease neglected
Heart disease triggered by rheumatic fever is being widely neglected by health care services worldwide, a new report warns. More

25/11/2014 - Stroke protection gene revealed
Some people carry a gene that protects them against stroke, researchers revealed today. More

20/11/2014 - Police work risks cardiac death
Police officers in stressful law enforcement situations are at risk of sudden cardiac death, researchers warned yesterday. More

19/11/2014 - Heart disease link to antibiotic drive
A drive to cut down antibiotic prescribing in dentistry in the UK may have triggered an increase in serious heart infections, researchers warned today. More

18/11/2014 - Call to tackle UK blood pressure problem
A new drive to improve the detection of high blood pressure was launched today in the hope of saving the NHS billions in treatment of diseases such as stroke. More

11/11/2014 - Genes limit alcohol benefits to a few
No more than one in six people carry genes which make alcohol good for them, according to a new study. More

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