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31/05/2013 - Call for global crack-down on tobacco promotion
Health officials today called for worldwide bans on tobacco advertising and promotion as part of the drive to reduce smoking rates. More

31/05/2013 - Leg compression could boost stroke recovery
Patients with stroke could be helped by an inflatable leg wrap, Scottish researchers reveal today. More

30/05/2013 - Painkiller heart risk revealed
Most common pain-killers pose a small risk to the heart - but doctors should be able to calculate which drugs pose the greatest risk to individual patients, experts reveal today. More

28/05/2013 - Hope for new heart failure drugs
A revolutionary new drug could help prevent some of the damage that occurs after heart attack, British researchers hope. More

24/05/2013 - Diabetes puzzle from cholesterol drugs
Some people who take the cholesterol-lowering drugs, statins, may face a small increased risk of developing diabetes, researchers warned today. More

22/05/2013 - Heart rate key to fever danger
Heart rate is a key indicator of whether a childhood fever could represent a serious threat, according to guidance issued today. More

16/05/2013 - Heart challenge for middle-aged
The hearts of middle-aged people benefit massively from improvements in fitness, according to a series of studies published last night. More

10/05/2013 - Europe ready for heart awareness day
Twenty-one countries across Europe are taking part in a heart failure awareness day (HFA-Day) today to help people recognise the symptoms and get early treatment. More

10/05/2013 - Pets could reduce heart disease risk
Owning a pet – particularly a dog – could help to lower the risk of heart disease, according to a leading specialist. More

08/05/2013 - Ten minutes a day may fend of illness
Just 75 minutes a week of exercise is enough to make a big impact for people at risk of heart disease and diabetes, British researchers say. More

01/05/2013 - Patients to try heart gene treatment
Hundreds of British patients with heart failure are to get a chance to try new gene therapies, it was announced yesterday. More

29/04/2013 - Thyroid link to heart disease
Having an over-active thyroid gland is a major risk factor for heart disease, a conference was being told today. More

26/04/2013 - Fast way to lose weight
The ancient habit of fasting may be a good way to lose weight, researchers report today. More

22/04/2013 - Manual work link to heart disease
Affluent societies associate heart disease with sedentary jobs and lack of fitness - but people in demanding physical jobs may also face a high risk, researchers warned yesterday. More

16/04/2013 - Beetroot may help beat blood pressure problems
A cup of beetroot juice a day can help dramatically reduce blood pressure, British researchers say today. More

11/04/2013 - Adult health may decline - warning
New generations of adults are less healthy than their predecessors - putting at risk continuing improvements in human life expectancy, researchers warned yesterday. More

10/04/2013 - How cutting weight saves a nation's lives
A slight drop in the population's weight could significantly cut the rate of people dying from diabetes and heart disease, new research suggests. More

10/04/2013 - How diseases of affluence are going global
A British-led study has become the latest to point out that diseases of affluence - such as heart disease and obesity - now afflict much of the world. More

09/04/2013 - ‘Reassuring’ finding over breast cancer survival
Drinking alcohol makes no impact on a woman's chances of surviving breast cancer - and moderate drinkers might actually benefit because of a reduced risk from heart disease. More

08/04/2013 - How red meat, energy drinks endanger heart
Researchers say they have found a compound in red meat that directly contributes to the development of heart disease. More

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