Many people complain of side effects when taking statins - but are these caused by the drug? Read how BHF-funded research can find out.
To tackle heart and circulatory disease we need to look beyond the heart. Explore how we're investing millions of pounds to find a cure for problems all around the body.
Thanks to BHF funding, Dr Tom McKinnon is aiming to find a new drug that reduces the risk of blood clots that cause a heart attack or stroke. Watch our video to learn more about his work.
Lacunar stroke is a type of stroke that could be contributing to dementia. Sarah Brealey hears how Professor Joanna Wardlaw and her colleagues are tackling the problem.
Funded by the BHF, Professor Paolo Madeddu is researching ways to ensure bone marrow stays healthy so it can promote healing, especially in people with diabetes.
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.
There could be a simple way to reduce pre-eclampsia, a potentially life-threatening condition which affects pregnant women and their unborn babies. Dr Hiten Mistry explains the latest research.
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.
Professor Martin Wilkins is researching new treatments for pulmonary arterial hypertension, supported by BHF funding.
BHF funded research is helping to find a cure for some types of sight problems. Dr Denise McDonald explains to Sarah Brealey.
Bijan Modarai talks about his research into critical limb ischaemia, the most severe form of peripheral arterial disease, and how he hopes to save patients from amputation.
Diabetes is a growing problem which damages your body in many ways. Dr Stephen Wheatcroft tells Sarah Brealey how he’s trying to find a cure.
Professor Mark Hanson’s groundbreaking project is aiming to change habits passed down through generations. He tells us how he’s planning to do it. Plus, don't miss our behind-the-scenes video.
Genetics could hold the key to understanding a debilitating heart and lung condition. Professor Nick Morrell talks to us about how his life-saving work could one day help people like Kath Graham.