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Quizmas is coming! Host a quiz night and raise money for life saving heart research.
Have fun, get your children active, and save lives with our schools and youth groups fundraising events.
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Spread joy and save lives with our Christmas cards.
Our strategy sets out our plans to fund half a billion pounds of research over the next five years.
Whether you are living with heart disease or supporting a friend or family member, our online community is a space for you.
Meet some of our heart heroes who have bravely shared their stories with others.
Read our vision and priorities to 2020 and see how we're fighting for every heartbeat.
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Abdominal aortic aneurysm is relatively common in older men and can be life-threatening. A new study hopes to shed light on how it develops.
Getting fit doesn't have to feel like a chore. We've compiled a list of our top free fitness apps that might even make you forget you’re working out.
Kidney disease can cause major health problems, as well as raising your risk of heart disease. Dr Maarten Koeners is trying to tackle this problem.
9 easy ways to add vegetables to your everyday meals so you (or your kids) won’t even notice eating them
Learn how BHF-funded research could help families who are affected by congenital heart disease.
Professor Martin Wilkins is researching new treatments for pulmonary arterial hypertension, supported by BHF funding.
When winter arrives, it doesn’t mean an end to enjoying the outdoors. Go outside and relish great health benefits and stunning winter scenery.
We’ve ranked the most popular cereals from best to worst based on their nutritional value. Find out which ones will get your day off to a healthy start.
Some newspapers have claimed that cooking at high temperatures can increase your risk of heart disease. We look behind the headlines.
The BHF gives its view on news stories about a possible association between eating one egg for breakfast and cutting your risk of a stroke
Our medical expert explains whether it's alright to drink wine whilst taking the anticoagulant drug warfarin for your heart.
Our medical expert explains PoTS - postural tachycardia syndrome - a condition that causes an increase in your heart rate after sitting or standing.
Life doesn’t stop when you develop heart problems, and to prove that here are five people who went on to do amazing things.
ARBs treat heart failure and high blood pressure and may be prescribed following a heart attack. Read what they are, how they work, their possible side effects and more.
Research has given new insight into an inherited heart condition causing sudden death in young people. Now a new BHF fund could help stop those deaths.
Fitness classes or other types of activity can be a great way to help reduce your risk of heart disease. Try our fun quiz to give you some inspiration.
Professor Nishi Chaturvedi explains how your ethnic origin can affect your heart and circulatory health.
If you have heart failure, there's a lot you can do to help manage your condition. Here are our 5 top tips.
You’re entitled to pick your NHS care, but how do you do it, and how can it benefit you as a heart patient? We explain.
Chief Inspector of Hospitals Sir Mike Richards gives four top tips on how to choose the right hospital for you.
E-cigarettes are everywhere and they’re rarely out of the news. Lucy Trevallion looks at the pros and cons of vaping.
There’s lots of misinformation out there about when, where and how you should be exercising. We reveal the reality behind the fiction.
It’s not always easy to tell where those sneaky saturated fats are hiding. Take our quiz to test your knowledge.
We report on a study that links ibuprofen with heart failure. Should you be worried, or is the research limited?
We look at the research about mindfulness, meditation and heart disease. Plus, a free six minute guided relaxation to try.
Pippa Middleton reveals ten mouth-watering recipes from her new cookbook, Heartfelt, all proceeds of which go to lifesaving BHF research.
We debunk the seven most common and persistent myths around heart disease. How many do you know?
There's lots of confusion when it comes to fat. Our Heart Health Dietitian answers common questions about saturated fat and which foods contain it.
More of us are choosing non-dairy milks than ever before, often for health reasons. But do you know the facts?
Almond, soya and other milks are more popular than ever, but why are so many people switching away from cow's milk? We explain the pros and cons of dairy alternatives.
Looking for healthy BBQ food? Try our five healthy marinades and rubs for juicy, flavourful meat and vegetarian options.
Medicines can treat symptoms, but restoring quality of life sometimes needs a broader approach. Learn what social prescribing is, and meet a patient who’s benefited.
Dr Neil Chapman explains high blood pressure, how it can be prevented and managed, and updates us on how the BHF is tackling it.
Angina is an important warning sign, because coronary heart disease can lead to a heart attack. Making changes to your lifestyle can help prevent your angina from getting worse and could just save your life.
Looking for a new way to get fit? There are lots of ways dancing can improve your health, whatever your age or ability.
Our expert explains the health benefits of flax seeds and talks about the benefits of crushed over whole seeds.
See which meat and fish options are good or bad for your heart health, and get some healthy recipe ideas.
News reports suggest that if you do 90 minutes of housework a day you could significantly cut your chances of developing heart disease and stroke. But is it time to grab a mop?
We analyse news stories that your treatment after a heart attack varies hugely depending on where you live.
How can you live well with multiple long-term health conditions? We speak to someone who has multiple conditions, and to health professionals about how integrated care could help.
A BHF-funded chemical engineer is perfecting a material to tackle heart valve disease. This short animation explains how this new discovery could transform replacement valves.
There are lots of myths surrounding heart failure. Learn to tell fact from fiction and what you can do to control the condition.
Take our fun quiz to find out if you are as knowledgeable about common foods like ketchup, mustard, mayo and sweet chilli sauce as you think.
High blood pressure is a major cause of heart attack and stroke, but most of us don’t even know the facts. Senior cardiac nurse Julie Ward explains.
An increasing number of people in the UK live with more than one long-term condition. We explain eight ways to make your life easier if you have multiple conditions.
Having a South Asian ethnic origin can increase your risk of heart and circulatory disease and diabetes. Consultant cardiologist Sandy Gupta explains why.
A small study has found that listening to Mozart for 25 minutes could reduce your blood pressure. Is it time for doctors to prescribe a daily dose of classical music? We look behind the headlines.
A controversial study has argued that if you have a high LDL (bad) cholesterol level when you are aged over 60 you will live longer. Can we trust these bold claims?
You don’t need to deprive yourself to eat well. Dr Hannah Forster shows us how to focus on positive changes instead.