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03/12/2010 - Heart pains no joke for women
British women know little about their risk of heart disease, according to disturbing findings published this week. More

02/12/2010 - Pregnancy loss heart risk?
New findings could add to the despair of couples who lose multiple pregnancies - but experts warned against letting it cause alarm. More

26/11/2010 - Tubby children face teenage heart disease
Overweight children face an increased risk of developing high blood pressure, cholesterol and blood insulin levels by the time they reach adolescence, researchers warn today. More

25/11/2010 - Heart attack genes found
Researchers have found so-called heart attack genes - which affect the risk of blood clotting, it was announced today. More

24/11/2010 - New binge-drinking threat to heart
Binge-drinking may explain why alcohol seems to affect the health of people differently, researchers say today. More

23/11/2010 - Vitamin clue to vegetable health
A little known vitamin found in many vegetables may play a key part in preventing illness, researchers reported last night. More

18/11/2010 - Hope for powerful new cholesterol drug
The impact of a "knock your socks off" new cholesterol treatment is to be measured in a major UK study of heart disease. More

17/11/2010 - Belly aids heart repair
Fat from the belly can provide a treatment to help heart attack patients, researchers revealed yesterday. More

17/11/2010 - How fitness boosts health
Dozens of physical and mental problems can be prevented by regular exercise, according to a major study of the benefits of fitness published yesterday. More

16/11/2010 - Drug boosts heartbeat treatment
People with irregular heart-beats may benefit from a new drug to help prevent them from stroke and blood clots, British researchers said last night. More

15/11/2010 - Europeans face sunshine vitamin stroke risk
White people face a massively increased risk of stroke when they have low levels of the sunshine vitamin D, a major heart conference will hear today. More

11/11/2010 - Dark choc lowers blood pressure
Dark chocolate has frequently been reported to be good for the heart - and now Scandinavian researchers say they may have found the key to powerful drugs within it. More

10/11/2010 - Benefits of organ donation captured in patient letters
A new book has been published to celebrate organ donation success stories. It contains letters and photographs sent from patients to the families of their donors. More

09/11/2010 - Anti-cholesterol pills get thumbs up
Heart campaigners have welcomed the findings of a major study today showing the powerful effects of the cholesterol-lowering drugs statins in preventing heart disease. More

04/11/2010 - Drug may boost diabetes care
A protein used to test people with diabetes for risk of kidney and heart disease may hold clues to preventing problems, researchers said last night. More

01/11/2010 - Computer workers face DVT risk
People who spend hours at a time sat at computer desks may face an increasing risk of developing deep vein thrombosis, researchers have warned. More

25/10/2010 - Scorpion hope for heart ops
Scorpion venom could play a crucial role in improving the success of heart by-pass operations, British researchers have reported. More

22/10/2010 - Heart genes found
Genetic screening for heart disease is a long way off in spite of major new discoveries announced today, experts say. More

20/10/2010 - Low hormones may jeopardise men
Low hormone levels could be linked to a heightened risk of men facing early death from heart disease, British researchers report today. More

15/10/2010 - Advice to public over CPR must change
Members of the public who perform emergency CPR should carry out only chest compression rather than mouth-to-mouth, experts say today. More

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