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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

05/04/2013 - Walk or run to reduce blood pressure
Brisk walking is as good as running when it comes to lowering the risk of high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes, researchers said last night. More

05/04/2013 - Less salt, more potassium ‘saves lives’
Reducing salt intake and increasing potassium would save millions of lives every year from heart disease and stroke, three new reports claim. More

04/04/2013 - Blood pressure is world problem
Sunday is World Health Day and officials are seeking to focus the globe on the problem of high blood pressure. More

04/04/2013 - Baldness link to heart disease
Men who lose the hair on the top of their head may face an increased risk of developing heart disease, researchers warned today. More

03/04/2013 - New pregnancy blood clot risks
British researchers say they have taken a major step towards pin-pointing women who are at increased risk of blood clots after giving birth. More

28/03/2013 - Biological clock linked to disease vulnerability
People who fall ill with a range of diseases may be victims of accelerated biological ageing, researchers said last night. More

22/03/2013 - Alternative issues at heart conference
Calming techniques such as yoga could play a key role in helping patients with irregular heart rhythms, experts say today. More

20/03/2013 - Organ checks for blood pressure patients
People with newly diagnosed high blood pressure should be checked for potential organ damage, according to British guidelines published today. More

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