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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

05/11/2014 - Treatments to make steak safe?
So-called probiotic yoghurts might help counteract the impact of eating red meat on the heart, researchers said yesterday. More

31/10/2014 - 35-year study reveals steps to healthy living
People can make a massive difference to their health prospects by taking responsibility for their own behaviour, the academics behind a 35-year study have claimed. More

30/10/2014 - Marathon runners could get live heart monitors
Doctors have successfully undertaken live monitoring of the heart health of athletes running a marathon, it has been announced. More

30/10/2014 - Map shows poor diabetes care
A new interactive map allows patients and health planners to identify the regions of England with the worst diabetes care. More

29/10/2014 - New cholesterol gene links found
Two genes have been found that determine the effectiveness of statin drugs in controlling cholesterol levels, British researchers announced last night. More

27/10/2014 - "Dead" heart used in transplant
Surgeons are now able to perform heart transplants using organs that stopped beating, it has been announced. More

17/10/2014 - Cholesterol control gene found
Researchers say they have found a key gene responsible for the body's cholesterol levels - and how it reacts with some healthy oils and the drug aspirin. More

15/10/2014 - Mediterranean diet reverses metabolic syndrome
The Mediterranean diet, including olive oil and nuts, can help get rid of the so-called metabolic syndrome, which precedes the development of diabetes or heart disease, researchers reported last night. More

13/10/2014 - Statins row blamed for drop in drug use
A row over widening the use of statins to prevent heart disease may have deterred thousands of people from using the drugs, according to a survey of heart specialists. More

09/10/2014 - How healthy living cuts women's stroke risk
Women who have a healthy diet and lifestyle can reduce their risk of stroke by more than half, Swedish researchers said last night. More

02/10/2014 - Blackout assessment guidelines point to ECG
New guidelines will help clinicians decide whether a patient suffering blackouts or fainting episodes has a serious underlying condition, experts say today. More

29/09/2014 - Salt and walking key to heart day
Less salt and more walking are among remedies promoted today as the world is urged to take care of its heart. More

24/09/2014 - How cholesterol drugs raise diabetes risk
Cholesterol lowering drugs may create small increase in risk of developing diabetes, researchers reveal today. More

17/09/2014 - One in 500 have low-fat gene
Some people have a rare gene that "dramatically" cuts the level of fats in the blood, researchers reported last night. More

15/09/2014 - Blood pressure drug for low-risk people ‘unnecessary’
Lowering the drug threshold for high blood pressure treatment has exposed millions of low-risk people to drugs that may not benefit them and expose health systems to huge costs, a US expert claims today. More

03/09/2014 - Exercise benefit on heart failure risk
A large study has added to the evidence that exercise can have a protective effect on the heart. More

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