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24/11/2009 - Silent sufferers risk heart disease
Workers who feel they are being treated unfairly may need to speak out - if they are not to suffer the effects in ill-health, researchers claimed today. More

19/11/2009 - Alcohol may protect male heart
Regular drinking of alcohol by men may cut their risk of heart disease by as much as a third, according to the results of a major European study published today. More

18/11/2009 - Egyptians had heart disease 3,000 years ago
The symptoms of heart disease are not solely caused by modern "lifestyle" factors, researchers have reported after studying Egyptian mummies. More

18/11/2009 - Baked or boiled fish is 'best' for heart
The method by which fish is cooked has a direct effect on its benefits for heart health, researchers say. More

17/11/2009 - New video games may boost heart health
Video games - blamed for the unfitness of modern youth - may finally be redressing the balance, a major heart conference heard yesterday. More

06/11/2009 - Heart disease patients avoid blood clots with statins
Patients on cholesterol-lowering statin therapy are also protected against dangerous blood clots, new research suggests. More

04/11/2009 - Women's heart Euro-summit
Not enough research is done into heart disease in women, experts will tell a major European conference this week. More

03/11/2009 - Aspirin not safe to prevent heart disease - experts
Aspirin should no longer be used to prevent heart disease and strokes, experts said today. More

28/10/2009 - Migraine link to stroke
A serious kind of migraine is linked to a big increase in risk of having a stroke, researchers warned today. More

27/10/2009 - More heart attacks in women, but survival improves
Heart attacks are becoming increasingly common in middle aged women, doctors warned last night. More

26/10/2009 - How aerobics boosts elderly hearts
A programme which got high-risk elderly people exercising vigorously successfully improved the health of their hearts, a conference has been told. More

23/10/2009 - Low dose radiation may bring heart risk
Low background levels of radiation may increase a person's risk of heart attack and stroke, scientists report today. More

21/10/2009 - Heart disease link to hip breaks
People who develop heart disease may face an increased risk of suffering from hip fractures, researchers reported last night. More

16/10/2009 - Health boost from green spaces
People who live near green spaces, such as parks, gain a boost to their health, researchers reported yesterday. More

30/09/2009 - Row over heart fish study
Experts today dismissed the findings of research which questions the benefits of fish-eating for the heart. More

28/09/2009 - Vitamin crucial for female blood pressure
Women with low vitamin D levels may be at a raised risk of high blood pressure in the future. More

25/09/2009 - Antidepressant risk in early pregnancy
Researchers looking into the safety of antidepressants during pregnancy have found that there may be a small risk of heart defects. More

24/09/2009 - Smoking bans cut heart attacks, claim
Countries that have banned smoking in public places have seen a significant decline in the number of heart attacks. More

22/09/2009 - Flu jab may protect against heart attacks
The flu jab could offer protection to people with heart conditions or diabetes, research has found. More

18/09/2009 - Health in middle age affects life expectancy
Poor health and habits such as smoking in middle age too often lead to early death for men, researchers warn today. More

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