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11/04/2012 - Nine months on artificial heart for Joe, 3
A three year old boy has had a successful transplant after spending nine months on an artificial heart, it has been announced. More

03/04/2012 - Hands on CPR shows new benefits
British campaigners have welcomed new research showing wide-ranging benefits from basic heart resuscitation. More

02/04/2012 - Heart rest key to repair
Damaged hearts may be able to repair themselves - if they get a chance to rest, British researchers report today. More

30/03/2012 - Men vulnerable to sudden heart death
Cardiac arrest caused by irregular heart rhythms affects mainly men, according to an analysis published today. More

28/03/2012 - Heart attack survivors benefit from daily tipple
Moderate drinking appears to be linked with lower risk of death following heart attack, researchers say today. More

26/03/2012 - Doorstep pizza's salty problem
Takeaway pizzas may be piling on the taste by piling on the salt, researchers warned today. More

22/03/2012 - Vitamin E no influence on women's heart failure risk
A new study suggests that vitamin E supplements do not help prevent women developing heart failure - nor do they worsen the risk. More

13/03/2012 - How fizz and burgers damage heart
New findings, reported last night, show how too much red meat and too many sugary drinks can damage health. More

05/03/2012 - Pulse screening call
A simple screening programme to identify people at risk from irregular heartbeats should be introduced "urgently" across the UK, according to stroke specialists. More

01/03/2012 - UK heart treatment booster
Heart attack patients in England are enjoying dramatically improved survival chances, according to figures published yesterday. More

24/02/2012 - Mothers face heart risk linked to pregnancy complication
Women who have pre-eclampsia in the first 37 weeks of pregnancy are at greater risk of developing heart problems compared to those who develop the condition in the final weeks of pregnancy, British researchers reported yesterday. More

22/02/2012 - Female heart attack signs warning
Heart attack symptoms in women can easily be overlooked - because they frequently do not suffer chest pain, researchers warned last night. More

22/02/2012 - New hope for stroke drug
A powerful new drug against stroke has been discovered in Denmark, it was announced last night. More

15/02/2012 - Brief exposure to air pollutants triggers heart risk
A new investigation into air pollution and heart attack has found a raised risk from all major pollutants except ozone. More

15/02/2012 - Promising results for stem cell treatment after heart attack
A comprehensive new analysis suggests that stem cell therapy can be of some benefit to heart attack patients. More

14/02/2012 - New hope for heart renewal
Stem cell treatments may soon be used to repair damaged hearts following the success of a pioneering trial, revealed today. More

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

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