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28/09/2012 - Take care message for world heart day
Most people leave it too late to start taking care of their heart, campaigners have warned. More

26/09/2012 - New child obesity heart warning
New findings suggest that obesity in childhood can have far-reaching effects on future heart health. More

25/09/2012 - Fruit and vegetables reduce heart attack risk in women
A diet rich in fruit and vegetables can significantly reduce the risk of heart attack among women, a Swedish study has found. More

18/09/2012 - Industrial fat target for Euro-heart campaign
Levels of a dangerous industrially produced fat in European foods are falling - but are still too high, researchers warned today. More

14/09/2012 - Work stress linked to heart risk
People who work under stress are at increased risk of suffering a heart attack, a pan-European research study has concluded. More

10/09/2012 - Numbers week urges testing
Campaigners are urging the public today to "know your numbers" amid concern about widespread ignorance about blood pressure. More

07/09/2012 - Red wine best without alcohol?
It may be the red in red wine and not the alcohol that is good for the circulation, researchers reported yesterday. More

05/09/2012 - Fitness fatness links queried
Many people who are obese have no greater risk of heart disease or cancer than people of normal weight, researchers said today. More

29/08/2012 - Experts set out lightning guidelines
Wilderness doctors have published new guidance for dealing with the effects of lightning - including the best way to avoid it when caught in the open. More

28/08/2012 - Crash diets work - study
Crash diets or fasts have long-term benefits, Scottish researchers said yesterday. More

22/08/2012 - Heart patient spouses' mental fragility revealed
Heart attacks pose an exceptional risk to the mental health of the partners of affected patients, researchers warn today. More

21/08/2012 - How obesity causes mental decline
Obesity and high blood pressure may contribute to a steady loss of mental skills, researchers warned last night. More

15/08/2012 - New cocoa link to blood pressure reduction
Eating dark chocolate and cocoa may reduce blood pressure, researchers say today. More

15/08/2012 - Heart risk linked to blood type
Blood type is linked to risk of heart disease, researchers say today. More

14/08/2012 - Middle-aged activity that keeps heart healthy
Middle-aged gardening and housework all help to make the heart stronger, British researchers reported last night. More

10/08/2012 - Statins 'worthwhile' despite diabetes link
Cholesterol lowering drugs may aggravate the risk of developing diabetes - but the risks are massively outweighed by the benefits, researchers say today. More

07/08/2012 - Drug hope for gas poisoning
An anti-angina drug could provide a treatment for carbon monoxide poisoning, French and British researchers revealed yesterday. More

01/08/2012 - Valve procedure under fire
European experts have criticised a new heart valve procedure as "risky and costly". More

27/07/2012 - New shift work link to heart disease
People who work irregular hours or work shifts face an increased risk of suffering heart attacks and strokes, researchers warned today. More

24/07/2012 - How child obesity triggers early heart risk
Almost two-thirds of severely obese children under the age of 12 display symptoms of at least one risk factor for heart disease, researchers warned today. More

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