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20/05/2014 - Chemical clue to Med diet success
A diet based on olive oil and salad sounds healthy - but it may achieve its impact through a specific chemical, researchers reveal today. More

19/05/2014 - Sleeping pill risk of heart failure patients
Sleeping pills increase the risk of stroke and heart attack in heart failure patients eight-fold, Japanese researchers have found. More

16/05/2014 - Cliffhanger movies upset heart
Exciting and emotionally charged movies can place severe stress on the heart, British researchers warned today. More

14/05/2014 - Pacemaker risk for athletes
Athletes face an increased risk of developing abnormal heart rhythms in old age, leading to them needing pacemakers, new research suggests. More

13/05/2014 - Blow for red wine and chocolate health hopes
Red wine and dark chocolate may not be as healthy as had been hoped, according to research published yesterday. More

12/05/2014 - Campaign to find genes behind young heart disease
A major campaign to pinpoint more genes responsible for inherited heart conditions is launched today. More

09/05/2014 - Screen teens for heart risk - conference
Teenagers and young adults could successfully be screened for risk of sudden cardiac death, a conference heard yesterday. More

08/05/2014 - Babies may be screened for heart defects
England is set to develop a screening test to identify heart defects in new-born babies, it was announced yesterday. More

06/05/2014 - Food chemical link to blood pressure
Phosphate chemicals widely used in the food industry may have a negative effect on the heart and blood pressure, according to a new study. More

30/04/2014 - Breakfast fibre heart boost
High fibre breakfasts may have a big impact in protecting the health of heart attack survivors, researchers say today. More

29/04/2014 - Hope for heart cell therapies
New stem cell therapies aimed at treating heart disease are starting to prove effective, researchers say today. More

28/04/2014 - Gene test puzzler for GPs
GPs could soon find themselves battling with patients insisting they are not at risk of heart disease because of genetic test results, a professor has warned. More

23/04/2014 - Pregnancy clue to male hormones
Male health could be determined by the extent of a baby's exposure to testosterone in the womb, Scottish researchers have reported. More

16/04/2014 - Pregnancy blood pressure care warning
More care is needed for women with high blood pressure in pregnancy, researchers warn today. More

15/04/2014 - Brits shunning salt and saving hearts
The British have dramatically cut their consumption of salt this century - and this has helped save thousands from stroke and heart disease, researchers say today. More

10/04/2014 - Teeth clue to heart disease
Bad teeth are a major factor in the development of heart disease, according to a major European study published today. More

08/04/2014 - Eating pulses lowers unhealthy cholesterol
Eating extra pulses can significantly reduce unhealthy forms of cholesterol and lower the risk of heart disease, researchers say. More

08/04/2014 - Trance cuts pain of heart procedure
Guiding patients into a trance helps them to cope with pain and anxiety during the heart procedure, ablation of atrial fibrillation (AF), according to Danish experts. More

03/04/2014 - Blood pressure patients don't take drugs - study
As many as 25% of people prescribed drugs for high blood pressure do not take their medicines properly, researchers warn today. More

02/04/2014 - Vitamin D benefits still unclear
A major review on the health benefits of the sunshine vitamin, D, has found no clear positive effects, researchers say today. More

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