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We have been celebrating the launch of Text Santa
Shocking figures show 600 children start smoking in the UK every day
Groundbreaking research that could lead to the first treatment for vascular dementia
Brits are set to spend £147 million on secret Santa gifts this year, what will you buy?
Our heart healthy magazine Heart Matters has received a top award
Our research reveals the true extent of sick leave amongst UK workers, but it doesn't have to be like this
The winner of Text Santa's Sketch Santa competiton has been announced
Reducing the sugar in food could protect out hearts and our teeth
Our statement on the recent goverment announcement.
Some prescribed medicines containing sodium may raise your cardiovascular risk, research has claimed
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