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14/03/2013 - Breast treatment risk to heart "small"
Women who receive radiotherapy for breast cancer face an increased risk of developing heart disease - but it is small, researchers reported last night. More

11/03/2013 - Heart disease widespread among ancients
Ancient humans may have suffered from widespread heart disease - casting doubt on the idea it is a disease of the modern age, according to a global study. More

11/03/2013 - Red wine drugs could stem ageing
Drugs based on a red wine chemical are set to provide radical new anti-ageing treatments, helping to prevent diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer's disease, researchers have revealed. More

08/03/2013 - Women’s health key to international day
It may be International Women’s Day today (8 March) – celebrating the achievements of women worldwide – but two studies have found they are more prone to heart disease and are not happier, despite living longer. More

07/03/2013 - Dangers of sausages and ham
Sausages, ham and other processed meats are responsible for about one in 30 unnecessarily early deaths in Europe every year, researchers reveal today. More

06/03/2013 - Heart risk from insomnia
People who suffer from severe insomnia face massively increased risk of developing heart failure, researchers warn today. More

28/02/2013 - Heart-break of loss
Losing a sibling causes long term stress on the heart - increasing the risk of death, researchers revealed last night. More

27/02/2013 - Cholesterol vitamin problems
The vitamin niacin can cause unpleasant side-effects when taken with cholesterol-lowering statins, researchers warn today. More

22/02/2013 - Changes call for genetic cholesterol test
A genetic test for inherited high cholesterol may have little point, experts warned today. More

20/02/2013 - Air pollution risk after heart attack
Air pollution is a special risk for people who have experienced a heart attack, researchers warn today. More

15/02/2013 - Coronary problem for Gulf
The Gulf region might be facing an epidemic of heart disease in the next two decades, experts have warned. More

13/02/2013 - Calcium linked to heart death
A high calcium intake may be linked to women facing an increased risk of serious heart disease, researchers warned today. More

06/02/2013 - Using oil not fat not enough - experts
Switching from fats to cooking oils may not be enough to protect the heart, researchers warned today. More

05/02/2013 - Regular walks cut major illness risk
New findings today show how taking a regular walk can significantly reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke and cancer. More

01/02/2013 - Marriage reduces heart attack risk
Being married or in a co-habiting relationship reduces the risk of heart attack in both men and women – whatever their age, researchers reported yesterday. 1 comments More

31/01/2013 - Vegetarians enjoy heart protection
Vegetarians enjoy a massively reduced risk of developing heart disease compared with others, according to findings from a major European project reported last night. More

16/01/2013 - IVF blood clot risk
In vitro fertilisation may raise the risk of blood clots and blocked arteries - although the risk is small, researchers warn today. More

15/01/2013 - Berries may protect female hearts
Women who eat lots of berries can help reduce their risk of suffering a heart attack, researchers reported last night. More

07/01/2013 - Ads will expose pizza fat
The British public is set to face a fresh round of graphic advertising about their lifestyle choices, it was announced today. More

02/01/2013 - New hormone therapy for men?
A new hormone treatment could help men placed at risk by low testosterone levels, researchers say today. More

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