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05/12/2012 - Heart patient diet critical - researchers
Heart patients should modify their diet to help prevent recurrent heart attacks and stroke, according to a new analysis. More

03/12/2012 - Heart disease genes multiply
Researchers have increased by half the number of genetic areas linked to heart disease, according to the findings of a major UK study revealed last night. More

03/12/2012 - Aroma oils aid heart - in short bursts
Essential oils used in aromatherapy can help to lower heart rate and blood pressure – but only if the user is exposed to them for less than one hour. More

30/11/2012 - Marathons "too far, too fast"
Marathon addicts are unlikely to be building up their heart health, experts say today. More

28/11/2012 - Fitness as good as pills for cholesterol
Getting a little bit fit is as good for fighting cholesterol as taking statin pills - and the two together are a winning combination, experts say today. More

28/11/2012 - Pregnancy problem link to heart disease
Women afflicted with a high blood pressure condition during their first pregnancy suffer from massively increased risk of heart disease, researchers report today. More

23/11/2012 - Fruit study aims to find healing source
British university researchers are hoping to strip the healthy nutrients out of fruits so they can be used in new foods and medicines, it was announced yesterday. More

23/11/2012 - Salt gene found?
Large numbers of people carry a gene variant that puts them at risk of high blood pressure from too much salt, Scottish researchers have revealed. More

22/11/2012 - Doubts over health checks
Systematic health checks of middle-aged people lead to over-diagnosis and fail to deliver health benefits, it was claimed yesterday. More

19/11/2012 - New drive to cut cardiac arrest death
Soccer star turned actor Vinnie Jones returned to the fray today in a new campaign aimed at persuading the public to "get tough" with heart attacks. More

14/11/2012 - Young heart family checks urged
The families of people who died of sudden heart-related illnesses at a young age need checking for heart disease, researchers warned today. More

14/11/2012 - New diabetes heart disease warning
Patients with heart disease should be screened for diabetes repeatedly, European experts said today. More

13/11/2012 - Stroke link to hip op studied
Patients who undergo total hip replacement face a high risk of stroke, British researchers warned last night. More

09/11/2012 - Healthy eating drive success "small but measurable"
Several British initiatives to encourage healthy eating have achieved measurable success, according to the findings of a major European research project. More

06/11/2012 - Cholesterol injections, tomatoes and probiotics for heart
Injecting “good” cholesterol after suffering a heart attack could lower the risk of subsequent attacks, a conference has heard. More

06/11/2012 - Multivitamin does not reduce heart attack or stroke risk in men
Multivitamin supplements do not reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke, a major study of middle-aged men shows today. More

05/11/2012 - Heart to power pacemakers
The beating heart could replace batteries as the power source for pacemakers, researchers have revealed. More

31/10/2012 - Oily fish key to health benefits
The medical benefits of eating fish have been widely studied - and new research today says eating oil fish can cut the risk of stroke. More

23/10/2012 - Fainting link to flying DVT
Air travellers who start fainting may be developing blood clots in the circulation, researchers warned yesterday. More

22/10/2012 - Female heart survival lags "significantly"
A woman's chances of surviving a heart attack are about a third of those faced by a man, according to a major new study. More

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