Heart Disease

Almost 70,000 deaths could've been prevented in 2016 if people moved more, according to new research.
What those numbers mean and what you can do about them.
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People with type 1 and type 2 diabetes are dying from preventable complications, figures suggest.
Millennials are on track to have poorer health than their parents, report warns.
Struggling to open a jar could also be a red flag.
It is estimated that at least 12 young people aged under 35 die every week from an undiagnosed heart condition in the UK.
Whether you have one a day or 20, the damage is still huge.
Only Government and manufacturers working together can reverse the obesity trajectory