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09/02/2012 - One in five male Brits has heart gene
Families sometimes wonder why their men seem prone to heart disease - and new research today suggests the answer is genetic. More

06/02/2012 - Stroke gene found
British scientists have found a new gene linked to a common cause of stroke, it was announced last night. More

03/02/2012 - Websites offer “poor quality” cholesterol-lowering drugs
Patients are being warned against buying statins via the internet because of their poor quality and lack of information about how to use the medicine. 1 comments More

31/01/2012 - Pregnancy health threat to baby heart
Women who are careless with their health in pregnancy create an increased risk of their baby having heart problems, researchers warn today. More

30/01/2012 - Two arm pressure readings show risk
Measuring blood pressure in both arms could help detect risk of heart disease, British researchers reported today. More

26/01/2012 - Heart deaths slump
Death rates from heart attack have dramatically slumped in England in the last decade, according to an analysis published today. More

25/01/2012 - Oils neutralise heart risk from fried food
New research, published today, contradicts the widespread advice to avoid fried foods in order to protect the heart. More

11/01/2012 - Cars and TV linked to heart risk
Owning a car and a television is a significant risk factor for heart disease, researchers warn today. More

10/01/2012 - Aspirin heart warning
Healthy people who take aspirin for the sake of their hearts are "unlikely to benefit," British researchers warned last night. More

10/01/2012 - Broken heart warning on grief
People who die from grief are said to have died from a "broken heart" - and now researchers have set out the physical risks linked to bereavement. More

06/01/2012 - Brain decline begins at 45
The brain can start to deteriorate as early as aged 45, researchers claim today. More

04/01/2012 - Staying Alive - the kiss-free way
A 70s disco classic by the Bee Gees is set to be a new life-saving song, it was announced today. More

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

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