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20/07/2011 - Heart disease patients warned not to stop aspirin
Patients with heart disease were today urged to take their aspirin to keep their risks low. More

14/07/2011 - Diesel heart warning
New findings show how pollution from road vehicles can trigger heart attacks. More

06/07/2011 - Female lifestyle boosts heart
Following a healthy lifestyle can have a major impact in cutting a woman's risk of heart disease, new findings suggest. More

05/07/2011 - Smoking drug heart link
A commonly used anti-smoking drug may carry a small risk of causing heart disease, British researchers warned last night. More

22/06/2011 - New pregnancy smoking warning
The children of mothers who smoke in pregnancy may face a range of problems - and new research suggests these could include cholesterol. More

21/06/2011 - New cocaine heart risk
People who use cocaine may be unwittingly building up major heart problems, experts warned last night. More

20/06/2011 - Lifestyle call to cancer women
Older women who contract breast cancer remain at risk from other diseases, researchers warn today. More

15/06/2011 - Stop box staring - heart campaigners
People should become "selective" about television watching as new evidence links it to heart disease, experts said today. More

09/06/2011 - Office workers get heart protection
British office workers have enjoyed a massive reduction in risk of heart disease in spite of putting on weight in the last 25 years, researchers report today. More

08/06/2011 - Arm-squeezing to boost heart care?
British researchers are testing a simple new procedure to improve the prospects of heart attack victims. More

07/06/2011 - Frog yields new drug hopes
A South American tree frog has offered a range of proteins which British researchers believe could become drugs for a range of common conditions. More

07/06/2011 - New dairy diet heart link
A diet high in phosphate chemicals may contribute to the development of heart disease, British researchers reported last night. More

02/06/2011 - Routine child ops pose future heart risks
People who have had their tonsils or appendices removed as children face a significantly increased risk of suffering early heart attack, researchers warned yesterday. More

27/05/2011 - Secrets behind sticky “ultrabad” cholesterol unveiled
British researchers show today how a newly-discovered “ultrabad” form of cholesterol increases the risk of heart disease. More

26/05/2011 - Super-pill cuts heart risk - claim
A controversial super-pill, taken daily by healthy people, could massively reduce rates of heart disease and stroke, researchers claimed today. More

26/05/2011 - Pain-killer cancer prevention clues
British researchers today report a crucial discovery in the search to find out how common pain-killers prevent cancer. More

25/05/2011 - Fish cooking method can affect heart risk
Not all fish are created equal when it comes to their heart benefits, researchers said last night. More

20/05/2011 - Dietary supplement may protect pregnant
A dietary supplement may protect pregnant women facing a life-threatening complication, researchers revealed today. More

18/05/2011 - Mystery of princess heart disease
The death of any ancient Egyptian princess in her 40s has raised new questions about the origins of heart disease in humans. More

17/05/2011 - Cardiologists seek device action
Cardiologists are calling for European regulators to move swiftly to improve oversight of medical devices. More

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