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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

11/12/2013 - Breathing aid cuts sleep apnoea risk
New research suggests that treatment with a device known as a CPAP machine can benefit patients with health problems caused by sleeping difficulties. More

10/12/2013 - How healthy living cuts dementia risk
Living a healthy lifestyle plays a major part in staving off dementia, according to the findings of a major project in Wales reported yesterday. More

06/12/2013 - Sunshine vitamin doubts raised
Experts today raise doubts about the effectiveness of vitamin D supplements to protect against acute and chronic disease. More

28/11/2013 - New sugar crack-down call
The threat to health from poor teeth is a fresh reason for cracking down on sugary foods and drinks, it was claimed today. More

27/11/2013 - Warning over medicine sodium levels
Many common soluble and fizzy medicines may be putting patients at risk because of their high sodium content, experts warn today. More

22/11/2013 - Obesity heart risk treatable - in part
People who are overweight or obese can enjoy a significantly reduced risk of heart disease through treatments to control blood pressure, cholesterol and blood glucose, researchers say today. More

20/11/2013 - Bed-time aspirin might be best
People who take aspirin to prevent heart attack might be better taking it at bed-time than in the morning, according to a Dutch study. More

15/11/2013 - Exercise could lower stroke risk in older men
Walking at least one to two hours every day could help to reduce the risk of stroke among older men, a new study has claimed. More

14/11/2013 - Fitness plea for world diabetes day
People who develop diabetes in later life can avoid heart disease by keeping fit, according to the findings of a major study reported today. More

14/11/2013 - Child pulses up
British children leaving primary school have average pulse rates significantly faster than children 30 years ago, researchers warned today. More

08/11/2013 - Pregnancy hospital clot risk warning
A woman who has to be admitted to hospital during pregnancy faces a massively increased risk of developing dangerous blood clots, researchers warn today. More

05/11/2013 - Study to look at health benefits of porridge and oats
Scottish scientists are hoping to discover if oats really do keep the gut healthy and can protect against heart disease. More

31/10/2013 - Diabetes blood pressure problem
Many patients with diabetes have blood pressure levels that are too high, a report revealed yesterday. More

29/10/2013 - Gardening good for over-60s
Over-60s who keep up gardening and do-it-yourself activities massively cut their risk of heart disease and stroke, researchers report today. More

25/10/2013 - How pregnancy fitness may boosts child's heart health
Women who keep fit during pregnancy may benefit the heart health of their children throughout their lifetimes, researchers report today. More

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