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05/09/2013 - Blood test boosts women's heart care
An improved blood test could make a dramatic difference in the diagnosis of heart attack in women, researchers have reported. More

04/09/2013 - High blood pressure breakthrough
British researchers may have found a novel way to treat high blood pressure, it was announced last night. More

04/09/2013 - Heart risks of being underweight
Being underweight may put a woman with heart disease at increased risk, researchers have reported. More

03/09/2013 - Women's obesity opportunity window
Women who become obese after giving birth do not face any extra risk of heart attack until other health factors start to deteriorate, researchers reported yesterday. More

02/09/2013 - Expanding waist triggers winter heart problems
New findings show how cold weather and winter can trigger an outbreak of heart attacks, a major European conference has heard. More

29/08/2013 - Gout drug may help diabetes care
A drug used for gout could also be used to protect people with diabetes from heart disease, researchers have revealed. More

22/08/2013 - Flu jab may protect middle-aged heart
Middle-aged people with hidden heart disease may gain protection from flu vaccination, researchers reveal today. More

21/08/2013 - Campaign on babies with heart defects
A campaign launched today seeks to highlight the large numbers of babies born with heart defects. More

19/08/2013 - Cholesterol threat to men
High cholesterol levels are a bigger problem for middle-aged men than for women, researchers warn today. More

16/08/2013 - New hope for heart repair
British researchers may have found critical cells in the heart that can be used to repair it after damage from an attack, it was announced last night. More

14/08/2013 - Obese mothers raise heart risk
Children of obese mothers have a raised risk of early death, particularly from heart disease, reseachers report today. More

13/08/2013 - Plan to protect footballers
Football clubs should step up measures to prepare for medical emergencies following a series of incidents involving players, experts say today. More

06/08/2013 - How car commuting jeopardises health
People who take the car to work tend to be less healthy than those who find other ways to travel, according to a major British study published today. More

01/08/2013 - Call for cardiac arrest action
Too many people in the UK are dying from cardiac arrest because not enough is done to encourage first aid, two heart specialists say today. More

30/07/2013 - Call to tackle child heart risk
As many as one in six European children are at risk of heart disease because of obesity and lack of fitness, researchers warn today. More

29/07/2013 - Female heart disease call
The growing risk to women posed by heart disease is being neglected, experts claimed last night. More

29/07/2013 - Athlete heart screening may be flawed
Efforts to screen young athletes for heart conditions may fall foul of racial differences between black and white athletes, British researchers have warned. More

26/07/2013 - Blood pressure drug boosts brain power
A class of drug used to lower blood pressure has been shown for the first time not only to slow the rate of mental decline but also to boost brain power. More

25/07/2013 - Bystanders could save lives - heart experts
Thousands of lives can be saved every year if more members of the public learn heart resuscitation techniques, experts said today. More

23/07/2013 - Skipping breakfast bad for heart
Men who skip breakfast increase their risk of having a heart attack, researchers warned last night. More

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