Heart Attack

Remember the advice to take aspirin even if you don't need it - because it can reduce the chances of heart attack and stroke?
Almost one week after Scotland announced plans to supplement the population with Vitamin D, a study in England has shown that population supplementation can do more harm than good, particularly when dosing individuals with the commonly used pain relief, aspirin.
Scientific research suggests you really can die of a broken heart as a new study shows that people grieving the loss of a
Healthy people who take a daily dose of aspirin to reduce their risk of a heart attack or stroke, may be doing themselves
Scientists have discovered five new genes that cause heart attacks and strokes and hope these findings will enable them to
Suffering from a broken heart is more than just a figure a speech, according to scientists - and women are up to nine times
Regular trips to the dentist could help keep more than just your teeth in good health. Health experts from the Veterans General
Football manager Harry Redknapp has admitted his recent heart scare was "a warning sign from within", but vowed to be back
Smokers are more likely to have a heart attack than non-smokers with pre-existing heart conditions, a study has found. The
The British Heart Foundation has urged people to prioritise sleep, following findings by the US health journal Hypertension