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06/03/2014 - Saturated fat defended
An American doctor sparked outrage today by calling for health advisers to stop condemning saturated fat as "unhealthy". More

06/03/2014 - Passive smoking risk to children's arteries
Passive smoking in childhood can cause irreversible damage to children's arteries, researchers warned yesterday. More

04/03/2014 - How anger triggers heart attacks
People who get angry really do risk a heart attack or a stroke, researchers warned today. More

27/02/2014 - Elderly "overtreated"?
People in their 80s may be getting too many medicines to prevent diseases they have little risk of suffering, it was claimed today. More

25/02/2014 - Illness risk for bereaved
People who have lost a partner may face a doubled risk of suffering heart attack or stroke in the next few weeks, British researchers reported last night. More

21/02/2014 - Flu vaccine gives stroke protection
People who have a flu jab enjoy protection against suffering a stroke, according to a British researcher. More

21/02/2014 - Strong statins better after heart attack
New high potency statins may provide improved protection for patients against heart disease, researchers say today. More

21/02/2014 - Blood pressure genes discovered
Eleven new genes that are central to the cause of high blood pressure and heart disease have been discovered, it was announced yesterday. More

12/02/2014 - Millions more could get cholesterol drugs
Experts have welcomed proposals, published today, to extend the use of cholesterol-lowering statin drugs to millions of patients at low risk of heart disease. More

24/01/2014 - Baby growth linked to heart problems
Babies that grow slowly during the early stages of pregnancy face an increased risk of suffering heart problems later in life, researchers warn today. More

21/01/2014 - How sun cuts blood pressure
Sunbathing can make people feel good and can boost vitamin levels - and now researchers say it can have a direct impact on reducing blood pressure. More

21/01/2014 - Getting football fans fitter
The male love of football may be the key to improving fitness and tackling obesity, according to researchers in Glasgow, Scotland. More

13/01/2014 - Transplant survival boost
Organ transplant patients in the UK are enjoying improved survival in spite of surgeons taking greater risks about which organs to use, a report has revealed. More

08/01/2014 - Early fitness cuts heart risk
Men who were fit and healthy as teenagers tend to have a lower risk of heart attack later in life, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

03/01/2014 - Shingles threat to young adults
People who suffer shingles as young adults can face serious health effects later in life, researchers have warned. More

20/12/2013 - 2,000 steps to health
Just 20 minutes of extra walking daily can help protect high risk people from developing heart disease, researchers revealed today. More

18/12/2013 - Apple proverb rings true
An apple a day is just as beneficial as the cholesterol drug statin for avoiding heart attacks and strokes, researchers say today. More

18/12/2013 - Vitamins "waste of money" - doctors
Vitamin and mineral supplements are a "waste of money", a group of doctors declared yesterday after a series of studies finding them failing to help prevent heart disease and cancer. More

16/12/2013 - Call to boost athlete heart screening
Echocardiography could dramatically improve the effectiveness of efforts to identify athletes at risk of sudden death, according to a European study. More

13/12/2013 - Mountain sickness test revealed
Doctors have developed the first test to identify people at risk from acute mountain sickness, a European conference heard yesterday. More

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