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BHF to launch London Pop-Up Shop with blogger InTheFrow

20 May 2016

This June, the British Heart Foundation will be collaborating with well-known blogger Victoria Magrath (InTheFrow) for a Pop-Up fashion store - #INTHEFROWxBHF

It is second time lucky for Jason as he prepares for the London to Brighton Bike Ride

20 May 2016

Jason Pratt will be taking part in the British Heart Foundation's London to Brighton Bike Ride, after a heart disease diagnosis forced him to pull out of the event in 2011.

Taking strides for our research at the London to Oxford trek

18 May 2016

This week ex-servicewoman, Natasza Telfer, will be taking on our 100k London to Oxford Trek. She will be completing the trek on crutches after an injury left both of her legs and hips with extensive muscle and nerve damage.

Queen's speech reaffirms Governments commitment to sugar levy

18 May 2016

BHF support Government plans to introduce a sugar levy

10 million reasons why Tesco is leading the way in corporate fundraising

18 May 2016

Tesco colleagues and customers have now raised £10 million for our three year National Charity Partnership.

MRI scans best to identify high risk heart disease patients

16 May 2016

The best way of identifying people at high risk of coronary heart disease following chest pain or angina is an MRI scan according to research we funded.

Statins may counteract stress hormones in pregnant women

16 May 2016

BHF research suggests that statins could protect the hearts of babies in the womb from the adverse effects of their mother’s stress.

IT issue affecting statins prescription in England

12 May 2016

Our advice on the IT glitch affecting statins proscriptions. Find out how you can get further help if you need it.

John celebrates 15 years post-transplant by taking on 15th London Marathon

10 May 2016

John Fisher marked 15 year’s post-heart transplant and his 54th birthday this year by running the London Marathon for the British Heart Foundation for the 15th consecutive year.

BHF research points to failures in heart attack care in England and Wales

9 May 2016

Around 33,000 deaths could have been avoided if heart attack aftercare guidelines were followed, according to a BHF-funded study by researchers at the University of Leeds.