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11/08/2011 - Drug passes heartbeat test
A new drug may be an improvement on warfarin as a treatment for people with irregular heartbeats, Scottish researchers reported last night. More

05/08/2011 - Quick test can detect congenital heart defects in newborns
A quick, non-invasive test that measures blood oxygen levels in newborns can detect cases of life-threatening congenital heart defects effectively, researchers report today. More

05/08/2011 - Quick test can detect congenital heart defects in newborns
A quick, non-invasive test that measures blood oxygen levels in newborns can detect cases of life-threatening congenital heart defects effectively, researchers report today. More

04/08/2011 - Life-time cost of childhood illness
People who have suffered long periods of illness as children may end up struggling in their careers later in life, researchers said today. More

03/08/2011 - Artificial heart man heads home
A man of 40 is set to go home having had all his heart replaced with a mechanical device, British doctors reported yesterday. More

02/08/2011 - Heart test for "grey goo"
Britain's Prince Charles famously condemned it as "grey goo" - and now German researchers have warned that nano-technology may pose a risk to the heart. More

29/07/2011 - Cut salt and fat to save lives - expert
Laws to cut use of salt and industrially altered fats in food could be twice as effective as medical prevention of heart disease, a British researcher claimed today. More

26/07/2011 - Gene tests fail approval hurdle
Two commercial gene chip tests to help identify people with inherited high cholesterol levels are not likely to be used on the NHS, it was announced today. More

21/07/2011 - New nicotine warning for pregnancy
Pregnant women who want to give up smoking should not use nicotine patches, researchers revealed today. More

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

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