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03/02/2011 - Bio-engineered blood vessels revealed
Heart surgeons may soon have access to off-the-shelf bio-engineered blood vessels, it was claimed last night. More

02/02/2011 - World cholesterol problem
Thousands of people in the UK share a common problem with Jordanians and Mexicans - they have untreated high cholesterol, according to a global study published yesterday. More

01/02/2011 - Zebrafish heads major heart campaign
A major effort to find simple treatments to repair damaged hearts was pledged today. More

27/01/2011 - Battlefield trauma
Soldiers who undergo severe trauma on the battlefield may suffer major effects on their health later in life, according to a new study. More

26/01/2011 - Stroke risk from traffic noise
Elderly people who live near noisy roads may face an increased risk of stroke, researchers warn today. More

25/01/2011 - Stress management helps heart patients
Helping people with heart disease to manage stress massively reduces their risk of having a new attack, according to a new analysis. More

19/01/2011 - Now it's eight-a-day for the heart
Eating eight portions of fruit or vegetables a day can cut the risk of dying from heart disease by a fifth - compared with eating fewer than three portions, researchers say today. More

18/01/2011 - How fruit, veg and blueberries boost health
People with severe colds may benefit by taking concentrated fruit and vegetable juice, researchers reported yesterday. More

17/01/2011 - Blood gene link to heart
People with a common blood group enjoy genetic protection against heart disease, researchers have revealed. More

13/01/2011 - Double drug boost for blood pressure
People found to have high blood pressure fare best if they are treated straightaway with two drugs - rather than a single treatment, British researchers report today. More

12/01/2011 - Take a break and keep trim
Taking frequent breaks from sitting can help office workers keep trim and healthy, researchers say today. More

11/01/2011 - Health threat from 21st century lifestyle
People who spend more than four hours a day in front of a screen face a massively increased risk of suffering a life-threatening heart attack, British researchers warned last night. More

04/01/2011 - Young adults pile on pounds
Early adulthood seems to be the key age at which people adopt unhealthy lifestyles, piling on cholesterol and body-fat, it was claimed last night. More

28/12/2010 - 21st century man piles on the pounds
The average man was more than a stone heavier in 2000 than he was in 1986, prompting warnings of a “ticking time bomb” for health yesterday. More

24/12/2010 - Fried fish consumption clue to strokes
People who eat their fish fried may fail to gain the benefits from the healthy food and increase their risk of stroke, according to new findings. More

24/12/2010 - Angina risk increases with family demands
Family demands and worries substantially increase the risk of angina, researchers said yesterday. More

16/12/2010 - Five-a-day could save "thousands"
Official advice on eating fruit and vegetables could save more than 15,000 lives a year in Britain - if everyone followed it, researchers claimed today. More

10/12/2010 - Oats so healthy?
Want to add some oats to your festive menu? New research has claimed that eating three portions of whole-grain foods every day significantly reduces blood pressure. More

09/12/2010 - Education reduces heart failure rates
People with minimal education are more likely to develop heart failure than others - even if they have similar lifestyles, according to the findings of a major European study today. More

07/12/2010 - Heart risk comes early in RA
People who develop rheumatoid arthritis face a massively increased risk of heart attack by the time they are diagnosed, researchers warn today. More

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