News Four-year-old Sean Turner died in March 2012 following heart surgery at Bristol Children's Hospital

A Bristol hospital has apologised over the treatment a four-year-old heart patient received on a ward after his parents condemned his care as “shambolic”.

Charity calls for pacemakers to be removed from dead patients and reused

Pace4Life say thousands of the life-saving devices are thrown away each year, when they could be used to treat patients in the developing world

Defibrillator iPhone app launched to help locate life saving first aid equipment

iPhone and iPad app locates nearest defibrillator for people suffering cardiac arrest

Heart scans have never before been able to pinpoint exactly where fat has built up in and around the heart

New heart scan could identify ‘ticking time bomb’ patients at highest risk of attack

After 20 years of research, scientists can now accurately pinpoint areas of fatty plaque build-up in and around the heart

Years younger! Low blood pressure linked to women who don't look their age

Small study finds those with lowest cardiovascular risk looked two years younger than those n other groups

Why living near an airport could be bad for your health

Studies reveal link between areas with high noise pollution and an increased risk of heart disease and stroke among residents

Norfolk hospital worker arrested over death of patient following overdose claims

Police have confirmed a man has been arrested in connection with the death of patient James May

Only 14 per cent of UK adults exercise regularly

Exercise ‘just as good as drugs’ for treating heart failure and strokes

A ‘blind spot’ exists about the true benefits of being more active, claims a new study

A Boeing 787 Dreamliner operated by United Airlines

United Airlines pilot suffers fatal heart attack mid-flight

Captain who died following a heart attack has been identified as 63-year-old Henry Skillern

Light reading: Scientists think vitamin D from sun exposure may benefit health

Is too much sun bad for you? Not always

People with non-melanoma skin cancer are less likely to have a heart attack, break a hip or die early, new research says

Thousands of 'well-dressed' women are dying from strokes as doctors think they look healthy

Thousands of women are dying from strokes, as doctors miss heart failure symptoms because they are too well groomed and look healthier than they actually are, claims new French research.

Coroner rules that elderly woman did not die from tea spilled on her in care home accident

Nursing home inquest: Tea scalding ruled out as causing death of Margaret Young

Coroner rules that wound was caused by cellulitis infection, not hot drink, and that there was no evidence 73-year-old would have survived if different action was taken

Scientists use gene therapy to repair muscles damaged in heart attacks

Researchers were able to transform scar tissue in working heart muscles

Fixing a child's heart is one the most intricate operations that the NHS performs

Child deaths from heart defects plummets – thanks to the NHS

Progress in cardiac care creates the first generation to enjoy high survival rates

Charlie Cooper and his mother, Susan, in 1989. Charlie had heart surgery at Southampton General Hospital to correct a birth defect

Left alone, I would have died of heart failure

There are a set of photographs in the family album that have the power to really unsettle me.

Unhealthy lifestyles will see British children die before their parents

Research from British Heart Foundation warns of health problems affecting a generation, from lack of exercise to dietary issues

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