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Special evening looks at preimplantation genetic diagnosis

9th August 2016

Procedure can help families avoid passing on genetic conditions to their children.

Study looks at how long internal defibrillators last

4th August 2016

But devices today are expected to last longer, said the researchers.

Commonly used drugs may worsen heart failure, says American Heart Association

1st August 2016

Beware medicines such as ibruprofen and St John's Wort, says AHA.

Stem cell trial suggests damaged heart tissue can be regenerated

29th July 2016

Small study reports dramatic results.

Games like Pokémon Go get a welcome from cardiologists

29th July 2016

They can get people walking and help improve lifestyles, they say.

Rosie gets a heart

28th July 2016

We’re delighted to announce that three year old Rosie Day has been given the gift of a new heart, and is now recovering after having transplant surgery.

International study into cardiomyopathy gene mutations

25th July 2016

publishes its first data.

What increases your risk of developing takotsubo cardiomyopathy?

18th July 2016

Small study looks at the psychological background.

Researchers looking for people with dilated cardiomyopathy whose heart function has recovered

15th July 2016

Researchers are looking for a group of people with dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) whose heart function has now recovered to normal.