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18/08/2009 - Nano-magnets treat arteries
British scientists have developed a revolutionary technique to conduct repairs of cells deep within the body, it was announced today. More

14/08/2009 - Pill clotting risk could be reduced - experts
Women taking the contraceptive pill still face a risk of dangerous blood clots - and do not always get the safest brands, experts warned today. More

12/08/2009 - Heart attack trauma haunts patients
A significant number of heart attack survivors experience post-traumatic stress disorder, experts have warned. More

07/08/2009 - Angina risks increased for men
The chronic chest pain of angina is more likely to be associated with heart attack and death for men than for women, researchers report today. More

05/08/2009 - Experts call for daily fish oil targets
The evidence that fish oil and similar fats can boost human heart health is now "compelling", experts said yesterday. More

05/08/2009 - Dementia studies outline healthy habits
Brain exercises can hold back memory loss in later dementia, a new study shows. More

31/07/2009 - Infection risk from blood transfusions
Blood transfusion can be risky for heart surgery patients, as it may increase the chance of infection, experts warned today. More

28/07/2009 - Dairy not so bad - new findings
For decades diets high in milk and cheese have been castigated as 'unhealthy' - but new findings today cast doubt on this. More

24/07/2009 - Cataracts may be linked to blood pressure drugs
Some blood pressure lowering treatments may be linked to an increased risk of develop cataracts in the eyes, researchers warned today. More

24/07/2009 - Warning about private health MOTs
Commercial health "MOT" centres are often a waste of money - and may even be dangerous, experts warned yesterday. More

16/07/2009 - Persistent inequality in Scottish heart disease deaths
Social deprivation is still linked to a higher risk of death from heart disease among young people in Scotland, according to new findings. More

16/07/2009 - New role for IQ in heart disease rates
IQ may have a big effect on risk of developing heart disease, researchers reported yesterday. More

13/07/2009 - Statin drugs affected by blood flow speed
The movement of blood through arteries may affect the action of the cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, say scientists. More

08/07/2009 - How vegetables cut blood pressure
An amino acid found in vegetable proteins such as whole grain rice and beans could help to lower blood pressure, it was reported last night. More

03/07/2009 - Women need sleep
Women may need sleep to maintain their health, according to new findings. More

01/07/2009 - More should take cholesterol drugs - researchers
Supposedly healthy people should take cholesterol-lowering drugs - if they are at risk of heart disease, researchers report today. More

29/06/2009 - No consensus on aneurysm screening
Two new studies have reached different conclusions on the cost-effectiveness of national aortic screening programmes. More

26/06/2009 - Hidden heart condition plea
An undiagnosed genetic heart condition is putting thousands of lives at risk, an expert will warn today. More

23/06/2009 - How music boosts the circulation
Doctors have suspected for a while that music can be good for the heart - now a detailed study has given new clues. More

02/06/2009 - Heart failure a growing problem
Growing rates of obesity and diabetes will lead to a surge in numbers of patients being treated for heart failure, a British expert has told a European conference. More

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