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23/12/2011 - Zebrafish deliver heart regeneration breakthrough
Scientists have made a breakthrough in the search to find ways of repairing damaged hearts, it was announced yesterday. More

21/12/2011 - Walking off the fat
A walk after Christmas dinner may help make the indulgence guilt-free - by helping purge the body of fat from the food, British researchers said yesterday. More

21/12/2011 - Heartbeat clue to life and death
A healthy person who experiences a rise in resting heart rate may be facing an increased threat to their life, researchers warn today. More

15/12/2011 - Media fuel cardiac arrest illusion
The British people may have a rosy view of the survival chances of people who suffer cardiac arrest, it was claimed today. More

15/12/2011 - Alarm as child obesity grows
Obesity rates among England's 11-year-olds continue to rise, according to figures published yesterday. More

13/12/2011 - Atlas highlights postcode care
Campaigners pledged to step up demands for improved care in some regions of the UK as the latest "Atlas of Variation" was published. More

08/12/2011 - Prostate treatment heart warning
Men undergoing prostate cancer treatment face a massively increased risk of heart disease - but little is done to tackle the risk, experts claim today. More

07/12/2011 - Fears over heart impact of endurance exercise
Intense endurance training may have damaging effects on the hearts of healthy people, researchers are warning. More

06/12/2011 - Fitness key to heart health
Physical inactivity rather than excess weight may be the biggest threat to the heart, according to the findings of a major study reported last night. More

01/12/2011 - Self-treatment may prevent clots
People who are taking regular drugs to prevent blood clotting fare better if they are trained to monitor their treatment themselves, British researchers say today. More

30/11/2011 - Test offers blood pressure cure hope
British researchers say a new test could enable doctors to identify thousands of people whose blood pressure could be cured with a simple treatment. More

28/11/2011 - How slim children become obese adults
Slim children who become obese in adulthood are at increased risk of developing high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and heart disease, it has been claimed. More

15/11/2011 - Heart "revolution" hope
Patients with heart failure have successfully been treated with their own cells in a "revolutionary" treatment, researchers reported yesterday. More

14/11/2011 - Dentist link to heart
Professional dental treatment may dramatically reduce the risk of heart attack, researchers have reported. More

10/11/2011 - New pregnancy diet clue
Some children are doomed to face obesity and diabetes because of deficiencies in their mothers' diets during pregnancy, British researchers say today. More

09/11/2011 - Asian obesity needs redefining - professor
The definition of obesity is set too high for people of southern Asian heritage, researchers said last night. More

08/11/2011 - Hounds to help hearts
A major initiative to use dogs to help heart patients recover fitness is launched today at a British hospital. More

03/11/2011 - English diet healthy?
The English may be regularly castigated for their unhealthy diet - but now researchers say it is relatively healthy. More

28/10/2011 - Python clue to heart treatment
Scientists are looking for treatments for human heart disease from an amazing feature of the python, it was revealed last night. More

21/10/2011 - Fitness - the secret of long life?
Women gain more physical fitness than men from light exercise, according to a major analysis published yesterday. More

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