30 March 2017
People who suffer from a cardiac arrest are more likely to survive if taken to a specialist heart centre rather than the nearest general hospital.
27 March 2017
Nearly a quarter (22%) of Brits feel guilty about the amount of money we spend on our wardrobes, with nearly a fifth (15%) of us lying about our spending sprees to friends and family. BHF have released these new statistics as part of our Spring Clear Out campaign.
24 March 2017
BHF's London to Brighton series collaborates with English Tourism Week at an event on Ship Street Brighton on Tuesday 28 March 2017.
17 March 2017
Today the long-awaited results of a clinical trial for a new cholesterol-lowering drug were presented at a major cardiovascular conference in Washington.
14 March 2017
H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh held a special event at St James’ Palace today to celebrate over 55 years of his patronage for the British Heart Foundation.
9 March 2017
Men who are prescribed phosphodiesterase-5 (PDE5) inhibitors, such as Viagra, in the years following a heart attack have a substantially lower risk of dying or being hospitalised for heart failure.
8 March 2017
The BHF and NHS England launches country’s first region-wide service to prevent heart attacks across West Midlands.
7 March 2017
A coroner’s report has concluded that a heart condition called dilated cardiomyopathy and heart inflammation known as myocarditis may have contributed to the death of George Michael.
6 March 2017
Leading organisations call for overhaul of cardiac arrest treatment.
6 March 2017
New more effective treatments for high blood pressure could be possible thanks to the discovery that the nitric oxide that regulates blood pressure is formed in nerves rather than in the walls of blood vessels.