HEART failure survival rates in the UK have not improved since 1998, a new study has found.
A BELFAST scientist has been awarded £250,000 for research into heart failure.
A rapid blood test which detects heart failure at an early stage has been developed by scientists at Queen's University in Belfast.
The new test is far more accurate than the current check and could help hundreds of thousands of people.
Stem cells could lead to a “desperately-needed” new treatment for heart failure, which affects hundreds of thousands of people in the UK.
Walking or cycling for 20 minutes a day can reduce a 60-year-old man’s risk of heart failure by a fifth, a study has found.
Type 1 diabetes is associated with a 47% excess risk of heart failure in women compared to men.
A new study found that gaining as little as 5% extra body weight can thicken the heart muscle.
New research highlights shortcomings in the screening, treatment and monitoring of UK patients with heart failure.
Researchers tested the drug in human heart muscle grown from stem cells.