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09/11/2011 - Asian obesity needs redefining - professor
The definition of obesity is set too high for people of southern Asian heritage, researchers said last night. More

08/11/2011 - Hounds to help hearts
A major initiative to use dogs to help heart patients recover fitness is launched today at a British hospital. More

03/11/2011 - English diet healthy?
The English may be regularly castigated for their unhealthy diet - but now researchers say it is relatively healthy. More

28/10/2011 - Python clue to heart treatment
Scientists are looking for treatments for human heart disease from an amazing feature of the python, it was revealed last night. More

21/10/2011 - Fitness - the secret of long life?
Women gain more physical fitness than men from light exercise, according to a major analysis published yesterday. More

19/10/2011 - Prematurity takes teen toll
A generation of young adults may be facing health problems linked to having been born prematurely, British researchers warned today. More

12/10/2011 - Fruit and veg counteracts heart disease genes
A person's genetic risk of heart disease can be altered depending on what they eat, researchers said last night. More

23/09/2011 - Heart risk gene discovery
Five genes that affect the risk of developing heart disease have been discovered by an international consortium of scientists. More

21/09/2011 - Possible heart attack risk from air pollution
Air pollution may trigger heart attacks in people with heart disease, researchers warned today. More

19/09/2011 - Low-cost prevention plan
Growing rates of diseases such as cancer, heart disease and lung cancer could be prevented by spending less than a pound a year per person, according to a major report. More

16/09/2011 - Apples and pears “protect against stroke”
Eating apples and pears may help to protect against stroke, according to a study that looked at the link between the colour of fruits and vegetables with the disease. More

12/09/2011 - Blood pressure gene breakthrough
Scientists have made a major advance in the battle to control blood pressure, it was announced last night. More

07/09/2011 - Europe to test heart cell treatment
A major trial of stem cell treatments to repair damaged hearts is to be undertaken in Europe, it was announced yesterday. More

06/09/2011 - Heart-gender link challenged
A woman's risk of heart disease may be nothing to do with her hormones, researchers report today. More

02/09/2011 - New guidelines to manage maternal heart disease
New guidelines have been drawn up to tackle “major concerns” about complications in heart disease among pregnant women. More

02/09/2011 - How smoking puts female heart at risk
Women are more likely to suffer from a hardening of the arteries because of exposure to tobacco smoke than men, a European study has found. More

30/08/2011 - Chocolate passes new health test
People who eat lots of chocolate seem to enjoy massive improvements in the health of their hearts, researchers said yesterday. More

30/08/2011 - Cholesterol drugs may help fight infections
People who have been taking cholesterol-lowering drugs for over a decade seem to enjoy extra protection against infections and lung disease, according to a new analysis. More

29/08/2011 - Obesity threat grows
Britain will have 11 million more obese adults within 20 years if present trends continue - meaning the problem would affect nearly half the population, researchers have warned. More

25/08/2011 - Famine link to heart disease
Children and young adults who have to live through famine conditions face an increased risk of developing heart disease later in life, Dutch researchers reported today. More

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