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Death rates from heart disease have more than halved in many European Union countries since the early 1980s, Oxford University researchers have found.

But younger Brits saw smaller reductions than in other countries.

Almost all EU countries showed a large and significant decrease in death rates from coronary heart disease over the last three decades.

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