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Men and women really are different—especially when it comes to eating meat. Women who eat a lot of meat are more likely than men to suffer heart failure, and vegetable protein is a much healthier option for them, new research has discovered.
Some good news about red wine this week: it could be an effective alternative to antibiotics for treating diseases of the upper respiratory tract and lungs, such as bronchitis, asthma, middle ear infections and lung diseases—and, used carefully, it could also be a way of defeating depression.
Digoxin, the heart failure drug that's been used in medicine in some form for more than 200 years, increases the risk of death by nearly 30 per cent
Two of the most common drugs for atrial fibrillation, or irregular heartbeat, could be killers, new research has discovered this week
Up to 3 per cent of postmenopausal women could be suffering from life-threatening atrial fibrillation (AF) that's been caused by a drug they are taking
It's taken a team of five eminent scientists to tell us what we would never have imagined - the hairy, scary rollercoaster rides at funfairs make the heart beat faster