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31/03/2010 - A little chocolate for the heart
A single square of chocolate every day may do wonders for the heart, according to new findings. More

29/03/2010 - Smaller Sugary Portions
Pint-size bottles of fizzy drink and giant bars of chocolate may have to be given less prominence in stores after British food regulators pressed companies to do more to reduce the heart risk from sweet foods. More

18/03/2010 - New drug may treat blood pressure and heart disease
Researchers have found good results with a new drug that can treat both high blood pressure and heart disease. More

16/03/2010 - Short-cut to fitness?
Getting fit may not be as time-consuming as some people fear, according to a new study. More

16/03/2010 - Doubts over diabetic heart disease prevention
Aggressive treatment of blood pressure and cholesterol may not help prevent heart disease in people with diabetes, according to the findings of a major trial published yesterday. More

12/03/2010 - The Pill cleared of female death link
The contraceptive pill does not cause early death - and may even improve women's longevity, according to results of a major British study published today. More

12/03/2010 - Variable blood pressure linked to stroke risk
Variations in blood pressure can be a warning sign of heart disease, researchers say today. More

04/03/2010 - A little coffee seems okay for heart
Normal moderate coffee drinking does not pose any risk of serious heart rhythm disturbances - and may even protect the heart, a major conference has been told. More

03/03/2010 - Football clubs not all ready for emergencies
European football stadiums are places of excitement and drama - yet they are ill-equipped to deal with heart attacks, researchers claimed today. More

02/03/2010 - Weight loss diets boost heart health
Any diet which helps with the loss of weight can reverse the onset of heart disease, researchers suggested last night. More

18/02/2010 - A happy heart, a healthy heart
Happy people enjoyed a significantly reduced risk of developing heart disease, according to a major study released today. More

17/02/2010 - Action call on new obesity threat
Campaigners called for nationwide action to tackle obesity today as a new report issued a warning about the growing girth-lines of British adults. More

17/02/2010 - Heart disease gene tests ineffective
The public should not be fooled into relying on gene testing to predict risk of heart disease, experts warned last night. More

12/02/2010 - Chocolate and rhubarb studied for health properties
Eating chocolate may help protect against having a stroke, researchers reported last night. More

10/02/2010 - IQ link to heart disease
Low IQ is a key factor for heart disease and is beaten only by smoking, British researchers said today. More

08/02/2010 - Ageing genes found
Some people age faster than others because of their genes, British researchers reported last night. More

02/02/2010 - Red Eye launches heart month
The London Eye turned red last night along with major landmarks around Britain as campaigners launched a major drive against heart disease. More

29/01/2010 - Scanning breakthrough hope
British researchers are setting out to make a breakthrough in scanning - creating revolutionary images of unborn babies and new perspectives on the heart. More

29/01/2010 - Brits unaware of alcohol risk
The British public wrongly thinks that only binge drinking and drunkenness is dangerous to health, experts said today. More

26/01/2010 - Low-carb boost for blood pressure
Controversial low-carb diets have proved better at dealing with blood pressure than a popular weight loss drug, researchers reported last night. More

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