On this day: The news making the #YEPleeds front page

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The headlines that made the front page of the Yorkshire Evening Post on March 14, 2006.

Main story. Yorkshire heart patients are testing a pill that has been hailed as a wonder drug that can reverse cardiac disease. Hospitals in the county are involved in trials involving 2000 patients of cholesterol-busting rosuvastatin. Millions of people in the UK are at risk of suffering heart attacks and strokes because of the build-up of fat in their arteries. Medical experts have in the past concentrated on trying to slow the progress of the condition. But a groundbreaking study has now shown that intensive use of rosuvastatin can actually reduce the fatty deposits. That in turn could even repair damaged arteries.

Sherburn in Elmet, 22nd May 1989''Bucker Jungmann biplane.''Lone pilot Tony Smith, who flew half way around the world in a 50 year old biplane, is not quite the man he was.''Tony, 43, of Hillam Hall, Hillam, near Castleford touched down 2 stones lighter after the 12,000 mile journey took him through some of the world's hot spots.

Leeds nostalgia: Yorkshire pilot Tony Smith in it for the long haul