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New blood test could save lives of heart attack patients

New blood test could save lives of heart attack patients

Researchers from the Herring group at the University of Oxford have developed a blood test that measures stress hormone levels after heart attacks. In the...
Rallying policymakers and health systems to prioritise ASCVD

Rallying policymakers and health systems to prioritise ASCVD

Neil Johnson, Executive Director of the Global Heart Hub posits the need to take stronger action when it comes to preventing and managing Atherosclerotic...
Doing things differently at big pharma

Doing things differently from big pharma: the driving force behind Amarin’s UK and...

This article is initiated, developed and funded by © Amarin Pharmaceuticals Ireland Limited. Amarin’s new General Manager for the UK and Ireland, Scott Curley, shares...
Adversity in childhood increases risk of heart and blood vessel disease

Adversity in childhood increases risk of heart and blood vessel disease

People who experienced adversity in childhood are at increased risk of developing heart and blood vessel disease in early adulthood. Researchers from the University of...
Social vulnerabilities linked to cardiometabolic risk during pregnancy 

Social vulnerabilities linked to cardiometabolic risk during pregnancy 

A new study has found that social vulnerabilities such as living in poverty were linked to increased cardiometabolic risk during pregnancy.   Preliminary research presented at...
Short bursts of vigorous exercise linked to increased longevity  

Short bursts of vigorous exercise linked to increased longevity  

Two-minute bursts of vigorous exercise totalling 15 minutes a week are associated with a reduced risk of death, according to new research.  Research published in...
“We must do better, go faster, and strive for more in cardiac care”

“We must do better, go faster, and strive for more in cardiac care”

Dr Charmaine Griffiths, Chief Executive of the British Heart Foundation discusses the vital steps that need to be taken to ensure cardiac care can...
Continuity of care is key to the treatment of heart disease

Continuity of care is key to the treatment of heart disease 

According to researchers at the University of Bristol, people at risk of heart disease are more likely to receive the correct medication and better...
risk of type 2 diabetes

Night owls at higher risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease

Findings from a Rutgers University study suggest that people who are night owls are at an increased risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular...
Adults with ADHD may have an elevated risk of cardiovascular diseases

Adults with ADHD may have an elevated risk of cardiovascular diseases

Adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are at higher risk of developing cardiovascular diseases than those who do not have the condition, according to research...
Investigating the potential link between artificial sweeteners and heart disease 

Investigating the potential link between artificial sweeteners and heart disease 

A large study of French adults has found a potential direct association between higher artificial sweetener consumption and increased cardiovascular disease risk.  Researchers have found...
New cardiac rehabilitation programme guidelines set out by ICCPR

New cardiac rehabilitation programme guidelines set out by ICCPR

Women are less likely to attend a cardiac rehabilitation programme and will experience worse outcomes than men, according to the International Council of Cardiovascular...
Having a good night’s sleep improves heart health

Having a good night’s sleep improves heart health

New research finds that individuals who have a good night’s sleep have better heart health, reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke. According to...
foods high in potassium

Foods high in potassium can boost women’s heart health

New evidence promotes that eating foods high in potassium can reduce the risk of heart-related conditions among women. The study revealed that foods high in...
The £54 billion price tag of rising cardiovascular disease rates

The £54 billion price tag of rising cardiovascular disease rates

New research finds that growing cardiovascular disease rates in England and Wales could cost £54 billion in health and social care costs. University of Liverpool...
Heart and Lung Research Institute

University of Cambridge opens world-leading Heart and Lung Research Institute

The Heart and Lung Research Institute (HLRI) is set to be officially opened today, bringing together the brightest minds in cardiovascular and respiratory science...
Adult cancer survivors have a 42% higher risk of cardiovascular diseases

Adult cancer survivors have a 42% higher risk of cardiovascular diseases

Adult cancer survivors have a higher risk of cardiovascular diseases later in life when compared with adults without cancer. In a long-term study following around...
NICE recommends VAZKEPA® (icosapent ethyl) to reduce cardiovascular risk

NICE recommends VAZKEPA® (icosapent ethyl) to reduce cardiovascular risk

Icosapent ethyl has been recommended by NICE for use across the NHS in England and Wales to reduce cardiovascular (CV) risk in adult statin-treated...
The benefits of eating eggs for heart health

The benefits of eating eggs for heart health

New research by Peking University in China illuminates the benefits of eating eggs for heart health, finding that they may lower the risk of...
statin medications

Statin medications prevent heart attacks, strokes, and now depression?

Statin medications that have been used by millions around the world for decades to reduce cholesterol may elicit previously unknown mental health benefits, with...

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