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Smoking, diabetes increase heart attack risk more in women

New study shows high blood pressure, smoking and diabetes increase heart attack risk more in women than in men

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Heart News   |   8th Nov 2018

Possible link between some BP drugs and lung cancer risk

BM,J study on suggested link between some blood pressure medications and lung cancer

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Heart News   |   25th Oct 2018

High blood pressure most commonly reported condition

Healthy Ireland Survey 2018

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Heart News   |   24th Oct 2018

Anabolic steroid misuse linked to heart failure and stroke

Health Products Regulatory Authoirty highlight dangers of anabolic steroid misuse

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Heart News   |   15th Oct 2018

Sit-stand desks appear to boost job performance

Sit-stand workstations appear to have a positive impact on job performance - new study

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Heart News   |   11th Oct 2018

1 in 2 women at risk of stroke, dementia or Parkinson’s

New study suggests preventive strategies could more than halve the risk of neurological diseases

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Stroke News   |   8th Oct 2018

Over 38 million children under 5 are overweight or obese

Taking Action on Childhood Obesity

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Policy News   |   26th Sep 2018

Irish Heart Foundation 10 years at Ploughing Championships

Irish Heart Foundation at the National Ploughing Championships 2018

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Heart News   |   17th Sep 2018

BP and cholesterol lowering drugs improve survival

Study confirms importance of lowering blood pressure and cholesterol to prevent cardiovascular deaths

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Heart News   |   29th Aug 2018

There is no safe level of alcohol consumption- new study

Study finds that there is no safe level of alcohol consumption

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Policy News   |   24th Aug 2018

Heart of the matter – crossing your legs & blood pressure

Heart of the matter - Can crossing your legs raise your blood pressure?

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Heart News   |   9th Aug 2018

Women more likely to die from heart failure than men

Women more likely to die from heart failure - new study

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Heart News   |   20th Jul 2018