If asked what the UK’s biggest killer is, few would answer “heart disease”. But that’s the reality – it’s responsible for over 155,000 deaths every year, with seven million people across the UK living with the debilitating condition.
Tiny particles produced by burning fossil fuels were thought to be mainly a problem for young and elderly people with medical conditions
Study provides evidence of ‘crucial link’ between mind and body, experts say
Study identifies 92,163 hospital admissions for heart failure among a group of almost 10 million NSAIDs users from the UK, Netherlands, Italy and Germany, who started treatment between 2000 and 2010
Diet rich in vegetables, nuts, fish and oils can cut the chances of early death in heart patients by 37 per cent
Radiation in deep space appears to damage the body's cardiovascular system
Heart and artery disease and cancer are the two most likely causes of death linked to an inactive lifestyle
Doctors could use the gene's effects to increase the blood supply to a 'failing heart' or starve a tumour of oxygen
'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
Dozens of British cities – from Brighton, Southend and Leamington Spa to Glasgow, Manchester and Belfast – are breaching safety limits
Mice skin was also turned into the three main types of brain cells using a revolutionary new technique
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'
Your body changes immediately after you quit
The video compares a blackened lung with a healthy organ