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NEWS Handful of raisins lower blood pressure to safe levels

April 13th 2012

If you have slightly raised blood pressure (prehypertension), don't turn to a drug - snack on some raisins every day to lower it

NEWS Watermelon juice reverses hardening of the arteries

November 3rd 2011

Watermelon juice reverses atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries

NEWS Oats for breakfast helps prevent coronary artery disease

February 17th 2010

The best start to the day just got better

NEWS Low-carb diets can cause heart attack and stroke

August 26th 2009

Low-carb diets such as Atkins may eventually cause a heart attack if people stay on them for too long

NEWS Fish oils are the best defence against heart disease

August 7th 2009

Fish and omega-3 fish oils are the most powerful defences against heart disease - and they can help prevent a fatal heart attack in people with existing heart problems, even if they've had one attack already

FEATURE Zetia: Hard on the liver

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

The second-generation heart drug designed to deliver a one-two punch (with stat-ins) to cholesterol has been found to be ineffective-a discovery that its maker Schering-Plough has been accused of suppressing

NEWS Statin: Regulators extend licence, even though it doesn't help heart patients

November 15th 2007 /

On the very day when AstraZeneca's cholesterol-lowering statin drug Crestor (rosuvastatin calcium) was approved to treat atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), it was revealed it wasn't helping patients with heart problems

NEWS Diabetes: A B1 deficiency may make it a killer

August 9th 2007 /

Diabetes can be a killer, causing heart and vascular problems - and now scientists think they know why

NEWS Hardening of the Arteries: Double drug therapy is more dangerous

July 26th 2007 /

Doctors regularly prescribe aspirin with an anti-coagulant such as warfarin in order to control hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis), where plaque builds up around the main artery walls

NEWS Stents: Back to the drawing board

June 11th 2007

Drug-eluting stents were supposed to be the great way forward in artery health in people with atherosclerosis, the disease where plaque narrows the artery

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