Regular meat intake – we're talking poultry, red and processed meat – has been linked to a higher risk of multiple diseases in a new, large study.
Chest pain isn't the only indicator of heart disease. Here are other symptoms you should look out for.
A study found these three key behaviours were associated with a reduced risk of early death and negative health outcomes.
There were 4,622 “excess deaths” from heart and circulatory diseases than would normally be expected over the course of Covid-19, the British Heart Foundation said.
It’s thought 90% of adults in the UK have some form of gum disease. So what do you need to know?
Grill, don't fry. Power walk to work. De-stress at the park. This is how cardiologists stay healthy.
High cholesterol has been linked to serious health problems – but many of us assume it’s something we only need to worry about when we get older.
Chest pain or discomfort, whether severe and sudden or mild and slow, "should not be ignored".
The move marks part of an NHS plan to prevent up to 150,000 heart attacks and strokes in the next 10 years.
A new UK study shows that the amount of coffee you drink doesn’t put you at more or less risk for heart disease or stroke. Previous studies had indicated that increased caffeine consumption could stiffen the arteries, putting pressure on the heart. But this recent study, part-funded by the British Heart Foundation, showed whether participants were no more likely to have stiffening of arteries if they had 25 cups of coffee a day than if they had one.