The following articles have the tag heart disease
Reduce your risk of heart failure by adhering to the DASH diet.
Substituting healthy plant proteins for red meat lowers risk for heart disease.
Cancel the cheese omelette. There is sobering news for egg lovers.
Men able to complete more than 40 push-ups have a lower risk of heart disease.
The Government is resisting calls to subsidise new drugs that could save thousands.
Do you have a sweet tooth? Here’s what sugar does to your body.
A new national action plan will tackle heart disease and stroke.
Contaminant levels in fish are so low, that ‘avoiding seafood is actually unhealthy’.
Are wrinkles just a consequence of ageing, or could they signal something more sinister?
New report shows half of all Australians suffer from chronic health conditions.
Common sleep issue raises your risk of heart attack by 99 per cent and stroke ...
People who live in regional areas 90 per cent more likely to die from heart ...
A new wonder drug is being hailed as the new dawn in heart treatment.
Sleep trackers can’t diagnose complications of apnoea.
If you have high cholesterol, there are ways to address the problem without drugs.
A few good choices can help you feel better and stay healthier.
Your blood type may influence your likelihood to have a heart attack or stroke.
Described as a ‘brain attack’, a stroke can happen to anyone at any time.
Sex, sleep and eating raw garlic can help keep your ticker healthy.
Today is World Heart Day, so find out how to look after your heart's health.
If you think oral conditions only ruin the health of your mouth, think again.
The Heart Foundation’s new Australian Heart Maps reveal the heart disease hotspots.
This information can help you live a longer, healthier life.
Women are more concerned about weight and ageing than other health issues.
The airing of an ABC program has led 60,000 people to reduce or cease taking ...
Distinguishing cardiac arrest from a heart attack can save lives.
Many adults aren't aware of the link between high blood pressure and heart disease.
Diabetes will overtake heart disease as the leading lifestyle disease in Australia by 2017.
Seven lifestyle changes which can lower your risk of developing blood clots
Heart disease is still the number one killer of women, with one in three affected. ...
Find out about beatless hearts and other technology which could save your life
Why cholesterol increases your risk of Alzheimer’s
Heart disease is Australia’s single biggest cause of death in both women and men.
High calcium intake more than doubles your risk of death
There are actually three types of cholesterol. Find out what ugly cholesterol is
Regular aspirin use linked to an increased risk of age-related macular degeneration
How safe is your heart medication?
A new study has shown that getting a flu shot may reduce your risk of ...
Eating one apple a day can lower the cholesterol in your blood which causes your ...
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in Australia, and et many people overlook ...
What do heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's, stroke and cancer all have in common?
Living alone and loneliness can cause serious health problems and possibly death
Why, when we have so much around us, are people becoming so lonely that it ...
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