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05/05/2011 - Take heart treatment after 55 - professor
Everybody could take cholesterol and blood pressure pills after the age of 55, according to a controversial proposal from a British professor. More

04/05/2011 - Ovary disease clues at Euro-conference
A common disease among women may increase their risk of heart disease, a conference heard yesterday. More

03/05/2011 - Tall, obese people face blood clot risk
Tall men who are also obese could be at increased risk of developing blood clots, according to a new analysis. More

28/04/2011 - Non-infectious diseases "disaster" - world forum
Millions of people worldwide are dying from preventable, non-infectious diseases, according to a major analysis published yesterday. More

28/04/2011 - Risks of morning heart attack
People who suffer a heart attack early in the morning suffer more damage than other victims of the illness, researchers claimed today. More

26/04/2011 - Men face fish side-effect
Men who try to eat a healthy diet may be increasing their risk of developing a deadly cancer, researchers revealed last night. More

21/04/2011 - Cholesterol drugs may treat pregnancy danger
Pregnant women with pre-eclampsia could be given heart disease drugs to help treat the potentially life-threatening condition, it was announced yesterday. More

20/04/2011 - Potential heart risk from calcium supplements
Calcium supplements may slightly raise the risk of heart attack, death from heart disease, and stroke for women, according to controversial new findings. More

18/04/2011 - How vegetarians may gain better health
Vegetarians may have a lower risk of suffering heart disease, diabetes and stroke than meat-eaters, a study has suggested. More

14/04/2011 - Measures that may prevent Alzheimer's
People at risk of developing Alzheimer's disease may benefit from aggressive treatment of diseases of the circulation, researchers said last night. More

07/04/2011 - Studies back metformin
The commonly used diabetes drug metformin outstrips others at preventing heart attacks and strokes, researchers report today. More

06/04/2011 - Sprinting to health
Sprinting may be better than marathon running for health - certainly for teenagers, British researchers say today. More

05/04/2011 - Work-life imbalance warning
People who spend long hours at work seem to face an increased risk of developing heart disease, British researchers reported last night. More

31/03/2011 - How singing calmed patient
Some patients may need to be allowed to sing before operations to help reduce their blood pressure, doctors said yesterday. More

30/03/2011 - Fish oils could protect against obesity health risks
Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oils appear to protect overweight Eskimos from diseases linked to overweight and obesity, researchers have reported. More

29/03/2011 - White coat problem for blood pressure patients
As many as a third of patients may suffer from "white coat syndrome" when they are undergoing treatment for high blood pressure, according to a new analysis. More

15/03/2011 - Men resist doctor visits - survey
Only two-thirds of men would seek out a doctor if they developed chest pain, according to a new survey highlighting the reluctance of the male gender to seek medical care. More

11/03/2011 - Waist 'not' key to obesity risk
The body shapes of obese people do not play a major part in their increased risk of illness, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

11/03/2011 - Coffee cuts stroke risk in women, claim
Women who drink more than one cup of coffee a day have a lower risk of stroke than those who drink less, researchers have reported. More

09/03/2011 - Cholesterol drugs could act against infections
Cutting cholesterol levels could help protect against infections, British researchers report today. More

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