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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

19/07/2012 - Researchers hail super-pill success
Early trials of a proposed super pill to prevent heart disease have come up with promising results, it was announced last night. More

18/07/2012 - Unfitness takes toll on millions
More than five million people are dying every year because of physical inactivity, it was claimed today. More

13/07/2012 - Over 75s ‘should have drugs to reduce heart disease risk’
People over the age of 75 should be prescribed drugs to help lower their risk of heart disease and prolong healthy life expectancy. More

12/07/2012 - Teen risks push blood pressure high - warning
Teenage girls who take the Pill and boys who drink alcohol are putting their bodies at risk from heart disease and high blood pressure in late adolescence, researchers warned yesterday. More

10/07/2012 - Sitting impacts survival - study
Spending too much time sitting down in front of the television or at work may shorten life, according to research published today. More

06/07/2012 - Exercise and sport "vital" - experts
Lack of exercise should be treated as a "vital sign" by doctors alongside problems such as obesity and high blood pressure, an expert says today. More

05/07/2012 - New call for food crack-down
Tougher policies on food health could prevent 30,000 deaths a year in the UK, researchers claimed yesterday. More

04/07/2012 - How fats and oils vary heart risk impact
Consuming some polyunsaturated fats may be the best way to prevent heart disease, British experts said last night. More

29/06/2012 - Mediterranean diet healthiest
The so-called Mediterranean diet remains one of the healthiest ways to eat, experts said yesterday. More

28/06/2012 - Breakthrough on broken hearts
People who suffer from a broken heart may be experiencing natural defences against the effects of severe stress, such as bereavement, researchers have revealed. More

27/06/2012 - Low-carb link to heart disease
Low-carb diets may help with weight loss - but they may also increase the risk of heart disease, researchers warn today. More

27/06/2012 - Coffee may cut heart failure risk
A moderate intake of coffee many help to protect against developing heart failure, researchers say today. More

22/06/2012 - Salt consumption down in UK
British adults are cutting their salt consumption to try to combat blood pressure risk, new figures show. More

21/06/2012 - Welcome for new blood safety treatments
British experts have welcomed the development of treatments to combat the dangerous side-effects of modern blood thinning drugs. More

13/06/2012 - Low-carb warning on cholesterol
A surge in popularity of "low-carb" diets may have contributed to rising cholesterol levels, researchers have warned. More

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