heart disease

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Why heart disease worries are rising

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Why heart disease worries are rising

Long-term declines in death rates due to heart disease and stroke are stalling.

Diet can lower heart failure risk

Diet can lower heart failure risk

Diet can lower heart failure risk

Reduce your risk of heart failure by adhering to the DASH diet.

Switch diet to drop heart attack risk

Switch diet to drop heart attack risk

Switch diet to drop heart attack risk

Substituting healthy plant proteins for red meat lowers risk for heart disease.

Bad news for egg lovers

Bad news for egg lovers

Bad news for egg lovers

Cancel the cheese omelette. There is sobering news for egg lovers.

Push-ups linked to heart health

Push-ups linked to heart health

Push-ups linked to heart health

Men able to complete more than 40 push-ups have a lower risk of heart disease.

Cost of drug leaves lives at risk

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Cost of drug leaves lives at risk

The Government is resisting calls to subsidise new drugs that could save thousands.

Why is sugar so bad for your body?

Why is sugar so bad for your body?

Why is sugar so bad for your body?

Do you have a sweet tooth? Here’s what sugar does to your body.

Tackling Australia’s biggest killers

Tackling Australia’s biggest killers

Tackling Australia’s biggest killers

A new national action plan will tackle heart disease and stroke.

The dangers of not eating fish

The dangers of not eating fish

The dangers of not eating fish

Contaminant levels in fish are so low, that ‘avoiding seafood is actually unhealthy’.

Wrinkles linked to heart deaths

Wrinkles linked to heart deaths

Wrinkles linked to heart deaths

Are wrinkles just a consequence of ageing, or could they signal something more sinister?

Australia’s health report card

Australia’s health report card

Australia’s health report card

New report shows half of all Australians suffer from chronic health conditions.

Sleep issues linked to heart attacks

Sleep issues linked to heart attacks

Sleep issues linked to heart attacks

Common sleep issue raises your risk of heart attack by 99 per cent and stroke ...

Home is where the heart disease is

Home is where the heart disease is

Home is where the heart disease is

People who live in regional areas 90 per cent more likely to die from heart ...

New wonder drug could kill cancer

Canakinumab

New wonder drug could kill cancer

A new wonder drug is being hailed as the new dawn in heart treatment.

Sleep monitor no substitute for GP

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Sleep monitor no substitute for GP

Sleep trackers can’t diagnose complications of apnoea.

How to reduce your cholesterol

How to reduce your cholesterol

How to reduce your cholesterol

If you have high cholesterol, there are ways to address the problem without drugs.

How Australians die

How Australians die – top five causes

How Australians die

Can you guess the top five causes of death in Australia?

10 tips for a healthier heart

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10 tips for a healthier heart

A few good choices can help you feel better and stay healthier.

Blood type linked to heart attack/stroke

Blood type linked to heart attack/stroke

Blood type linked to heart attack/stroke

Your blood type may influence your likelihood to have a heart attack or stroke.

Reduce your risk of stroke

Blackboard with word stroke and stethoscope

Reduce your risk of stroke

Described as a ‘brain attack’, a stroke can happen to anyone at any time.

More sex = healthier heart

More sex = healthier heart

More sex = healthier heart

Sex, sleep and eating raw garlic can help keep your ticker healthy.

How to look after your heart

How to look after your heart

How to look after your heart

Today is World Heart Day, so find out how to look after your heart's health.

Bad teeth can cause heart disease

Bad teeth can cause heart disease

Bad teeth can cause heart disease

If you think oral conditions only ruin the health of your mouth, think again.

Heart disease hot spots revealed

Australian Heart Maps reveal heart disease hotspots

Heart disease hot spots revealed

The Heart Foundation’s new Australian Heart Maps reveal the heart disease hotspots.

Health info that can save your life

Close up of a doctor giving health advice that can save your life

Health info that can save your life

This information can help you live a longer, healthier life.

What women worry about most

What women worry about most

What women worry about most

Women are more concerned about weight and ageing than other health issues.

Reduced statin use may cost lives

Reduced statin use may cost lives

Reduced statin use may cost lives

The airing of an ABC program has led 60,000 people to reduce or cease taking ...

Cardiac arrest or heart attack?

Cardiac arrest or heart attack?

Cardiac arrest or heart attack?

Distinguishing cardiac arrest from a heart attack can save lives.

Heart disease link goes unnoticed

Heart disease link goes unnoticed

Heart disease link goes unnoticed

Many adults aren't aware of the link between high blood pressure and heart disease.

Diabetes growth hits ‘critical mark’

Diabetes growth hits ‘critical mark’

Diabetes growth hits ‘critical mark’

Diabetes will overtake heart disease as the leading lifestyle disease in Australia by 2017.

Lower your blood clot risk

Lower your risk of developing blood clots

Lower your blood clot risk

Seven lifestyle changes which can lower your risk of developing blood clots

Gender specific medicine

Gender specific medicine

Gender specific medicine

Heart disease is still the number one killer of women, with one in three affected. ...

Technology to combat heart disease

Technology to combat heart disease

Technology to combat heart disease

Find out about beatless hearts and other technology which could save your life

Cholesterol increases Alzheimer’s risk

Cholesterol increases Alzheimer’s risk

Cholesterol increases Alzheimer’s risk

Why cholesterol increases your risk of Alzheimer’s

Know your numbers, manage your risk

Know your numbers, manage your risk

Know your numbers, manage your risk

Heart disease is Australia’s single biggest cause of death in both women and men.

Calcium doubles risk of death

Calcium doubles risk of cardiovascular death

Calcium doubles risk of death

High calcium intake more than doubles your risk of death

The good, the bad and the ugly

The good, the bad and the ugly

The good, the bad and the ugly

There are actually three types of cholesterol. Find out what ugly cholesterol is

Aspirin use linked to macular degeneration

Aspirin use linked to macular degeneration

Aspirin use linked to macular degeneration

Regular aspirin use linked to an increased risk of age-related macular degeneration

Heart medication may cause death

Heart medication may cause death

Heart medication may cause death

How safe is your heart medication?

Flu vaccine reduces risk of heart attack

Flu vaccine reduces risk of heart attack

Flu vaccine reduces risk of heart attack

A new study has shown that getting a flu shot may reduce your risk of ...

An apple a day lowers your cholesterol

An apple a day lowers your cholesterol

An apple a day lowers your cholesterol

Eating one apple a day can lower the cholesterol in your blood which causes your ...

Cardiac health cover

Cardiac health cover

Cardiac health cover

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in Australia, and et many people overlook ...

Preventing inflammation

Preventing inflammation

Preventing inflammation

What do heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's, stroke and cancer all have in common?

Living alone causes health risks

Living alone causes health risks

Living alone causes health risks

Living alone and loneliness can cause serious health problems and possibly death

Loneliness can make you sick

Loneliness can make you sick

Loneliness can make you sick

Why, when we have so much around us, are people becoming so lonely that it ...

Calcium supplements linked to heart attacks

Calcium supplements linked to heart attacks

Calcium supplements linked to heart attacks

A study published in the online issue of the journal Heart has shown that...

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