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
'Rather than undermining people’s efforts, using e-cigarettes improves the likelihood of someone quitting'
Analysis of documents between sugar lobby and Harvard scientists described as 'smoking gun'
Review of previous research also concludes that it raises cancer mortality risk by eight per cent
Doctors could use the gene's effects to increase the blood supply to a 'failing heart' or starve a tumour of oxygen
'Women tend to get less immediate care when time is essential,' researcher says
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
Mice skin was also turned into the three main types of brain cells using a revolutionary new technique
Effect on heart similar to that seen in people who suffer anxiety or have stressful jobs
'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
The video compares a blackened lung with a healthy organ
Including breast cancer and heart disease
Current tests are more expensive but pinpoint less conditions
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the world