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23/11/2018 - Women heart patients suffer from worse care - study
Thousands of women have died in England and Wales because the care they receive in cardiovascular crisis is not as good as provided to men, researchers claim today. More

19/11/2018 - New bullying link to cardiovascular disease
Bullying and violence at work significantly increase the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, Danish researchers report today. More

12/11/2018 - Backing for ECG apps
Smartphone based ECG apps can be as accurate in diagnosing STEMI as a standard 12-lead device, a conference heard yesterday. More

09/11/2018 - Four risk factors lead to half of global deaths
Half of all global deaths last year were caused by just four risk factors: high blood pressure, smoking, high blood glucose, and high body mass index (BMI), according to the new Global Burden of Disease study (GBD). More

08/11/2018 - Factors that make women vulnerable to heart disease
Women appear to be more vulnerable than men to developing cardiovascular disease from some key risk factors – including diabetes, according to a major analysis published today. More

31/10/2018 - Vitamin D link to fitness
Vitamin D levels are strongly linked to the body’s capacity to exercise, according to a new analysis. More

26/10/2018 - How healthy lifestyle helps cut stroke risk
A healthy lifestyle can reduce the risk of stroke, even among those who have a high genetic risk of the condition, international research has found. More

25/10/2018 - ACEIs linked to increased risk of lung cancer
Some blood pressure drugs have been linked to an increased risk of lung cancer, according to a new observational study. More

09/10/2018 - Cheap DNA test to predict cardiovascular risk?
A cheap, one-off DNA test early in life could predict if someone had a high risk of a heart attack, according to new international research published last night. More

09/10/2018 - No evidence statins work on non-cardiovascular conditions
There is not enough evidence to suggest statins, used to treat heart disease, could be beneficial for other conditions, according to a new analysis. More

25/09/2018 - Glasgow unveils tricorder project
British researchers claim to have made significant steps towards developing Star Trek-style tricorders for doctors. More

21/09/2018 - Global premature death targets missed
Most of the world's nations – including the UK, USA and China – are likely to fall short of the United Nations target for reducing the number of premature deaths from non-communicable diseases (NCDs), according to a report out today. More

18/09/2018 - Blood pressure study reveals 500 new gene regions
The largest global genetic study of its kind has found more than 500 new gene regions that influence hypertension, it was announced last night. More

11/09/2018 - Everyone should have blood pressure monitor - campaigners
Every household should have a validated blood pressure monitor to ensure awareness of the risks of hypertension, campaigners say today. More

10/09/2018 - Drink Free Days campaign targets middle-aged drinkers
Cutting down on drinking is more difficult than improving diet or exercise, a new YouGov poll reveals today. More

06/09/2018 - Row over statins for over 75s
Experts have challenged an observational study which rejects the widespread use of statins in patients over the age of 75. More

30/08/2018 - Viking chromosome linked to heart risk
A Y chromosome variant, which may have been spread by the Vikings, puts men at increased risk from coronary heart disease, British researchers have reported. More

29/08/2018 - How holidays help the heart
Diet and lifestyle dominated the European Society of Cardiology's annual congress yesterday. More

29/08/2018 - Warning as self-harm rife among teens
Very large numbers of young teenage girls are self-harming – and doubts about sexuality increase the risk, according to the findings of an analysis published today. More

28/08/2018 - Call for cardiologists to be active post-op and other findings at major Euro-conference
Three complications are responsible for 75% of post-operative deaths following non-cardiac surgery, according to a major international study. More

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