'Women who smoke, have diabetes or high blood pressure increase their risk of a heart attack more than men faced with the same risks' BBC News reports
'Teenagers who drink and smoke even moderate amounts can suffer stiffening arteries by the age of 17, a new study has found' The Daily Telegraph reports
'Use honey first for a cough, new guidelines say' BBC News reports
'E-cigarettes are MORE harmful than first feared, experts warn' reports The Sun.
"It's oil a myth," states The Sun, while the Daily Telegraph encourages people to "buy more vegetables instead of omega-3 supplements to improve heart health".
'Fifty-year-olds with slightly raised blood pressure are at an increased risk of getting dementia in later life' The Independent reports
"Link found between severe eczema and heart problems," reports The Guardian.
"More than 1.5 million heart flutter patients should be on blood-thinning drugs to prevent stroke, study says," reports The Telegraph.
'Women with apple-shaped bodies are ‘more likely to suffer heart attacks than those who are pear-shaped’ the Daily Mirror reports, as a new study found a link between increased waist size and heart attack