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06/07/2010 - Anxiety may aggravate heart disease
Patients with heart disease who suffer from anxiety face a significantly increased risk of further illness, researchers warned last night. More

29/06/2010 - Doubts over heart pills
A major study today calls into question the use of the cholesterol-lowering wonder-drugs, statins, to prevent heart disease. More

28/06/2010 - Supplements blow for diabetes women
Vitamin supplements and fish oil may not do much to help improve the prospects of women with diabetes, according to two new studies. More

25/06/2010 - Diabetes heart risk revealed
People who develop diabetes face a hugely increased risk of developing heart disease and stroke, according to a major new analysis. More

24/06/2010 - Fatal effects of TV viewing
Couch potatoes who spend their leisure time in front of the TV increase their risk of heart disease hour by hour, researchers warn today. More

23/06/2010 - Remote sensors to keep an eye on vital signs
Scientists at Sussex University, UK, have developed a new type of electrical field sensor that can detect a patient's heartbeat from up to a metre away. More

22/06/2010 - Boost healthy food - NICE
Sweeping changes to food policy in Britain could save tens of thousands of lives a year, government health advisers said today. More

21/06/2010 - Tea benefits need healthy lifestyle - expert
British experts have urged the public not to substitute tea and coffee drinking for a healthy lifestyle. More

18/06/2010 - Twin insight into Mediterranean heart booster
Men facing a genetic risk of heart disease can help themselves by eating a healthy "Mediterranean" diet, researchers have reported. More

14/06/2010 - Row over blood pressure cancer drug claim
People taking a popular blood pressure drug may face a slightly increased risk of developing cancer, researchers claimed today. More

10/06/2010 - Heart attack cases drop after smoking ban
A ban on smoking in public places across England led to 1,200 fewer hospital admissions for heart attack in the following 12 months, a study has found. More

09/06/2010 - Height linked to heart risk
Short people face a 50 per cent increased risk of developing heart disease compared with tall people, according to an analysis today. More

08/06/2010 - Gout drug heart boost
People taking a drug to treat gout may have enjoyed benefits in preventing the painful heart condition angina, British researchers reported today. More

28/05/2010 - Tooth-brushing may prevent heart disease
People who fail to brush their teeth increase their risk of developing heart disease, researchers warned today. More

25/05/2010 - Sugar and fizz aggravate blood pressure
People with blood pressure problems may benefit from cutting out sugary drinks, researchers said last night. More

21/05/2010 - Statin side-effects revealed
The cholesterol lowering drugs, statins, have side effects including kidney failure, liver disease and eye cataracts, researchers warned today. More

20/05/2010 - Heart disease follows male loss of heart
Men who are impotent should be checked for heart disease, researchers warned yesterday. More

18/05/2010 - Meat, fat, salt and the chest
Processed meat - such as bacon and sausage - is amazingly bad for the heart, researchers warned last night. More

12/05/2010 - Heart risk from working overtime
Working overtime may be bad for the heart, researchers warn today. More

11/05/2010 - Nuts, whole healthy nuts
People should eat more nuts to improve the health of their hearts, experts said last night. More

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