Health Headlines: Heart disease divide, party drug death link, alcohol damages unborn child's DNA

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Heart disease divide – BBC News
Deaths due to heart disease in England are most common in the north west, PCT figures indicate.
Heart disease deaths highest in north west England

Party drug death link – Daily Telegraph
A legal drug used by clubbers called benzo fury has been linked to seven deaths this year.
Concerns over use of legal drug

Alcohol damages unborn child’s DNA
Scientists have identified the precise molecular mechanism leading to the breakdown of the body's natural defences that protect DNA against harm from excessive alcohol.
Alcohol damages DNA of unborn children beyond repair, says study

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