High levels of antibodies in the blood could reduce risk of cardiovascular disease, scientists find
Research findings prompt row over efficacy and prescription of cholesterol-busting statins
'It is with disbelief that we should read such bad science published in The Lancet'
Symptoms include discomfort in the jaw, upper back or arms
'Stunning advances' in three-dimensional scanning techniques mean doctors could soon be able to spot conditions like heart disease long before they become life-threatening
Suffering a bereavement can weaken the heart
Dr Klaus Witte, the lead researcher on the study, said the results were 'nothing short of amazing'
Women most likely to be at risk from heart problems even if they sleep 'too much or too little'
Current tests are more expensive but pinpoint less conditions
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the world
Dean of research insists new structure at medical school will 'fit to serve the needs of the people of Wales, the UK and the wider world'
Diet Coke and other sweetened beverages can increase the risk of heart failure by upto 23%
The study of 50,000 people showed that "good genes" protect some heavy smokers from the effects of their nicotine habit
A 10-year survey found no evidence to support claims sexual activity could increase risk of cardiovascular problems
Statins have been criticised for their negative side-effects
Surgeons believe that extra 100 transplant operations can be performed across the UK