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Fears are wreaking havoc on millennials' lives according to new research

26 June 2018

As part of the BHF's Face a Fear campaign, the charity has revealed that millennials (aged 16-34) are more fearful of having no Wi-Fi (24%) than they are of snakes (16%), according to a new survey which reveals that 21st century fears are taking over young people’s lives.

Scientists reveal the way blood clots reduce the chance of infection

26 June 2018

New research that we've part-funded has identified the way nature creates its own plaster to try and prevent bacteria and other micro-organisms from penetrating open wounds.

NHS needs bold new approach to change outcomes on heart and circulatory diseases, according to nation's heart charity

26 June 2018

The NHS is lagging behind other countries in its treatment of a range of deadly diseases including heart attacks and strokes, according to a new report.

Edinburgh study could identify potentially fatal artery damage

25 June 2018

Researchers at the BHF Centre for Cardiovascular Science at the University of Edinburgh receive a BHF grant to investigate instances of acute aortic syndrome using pioneering imaging techniques.

To mark Clean Air Day, we renew our call for Government to adopt WHO air quality guidelines

20 June 2018

As today marks national Clean Air Day, we are renewing our call for Government to adopt World Health Organisation (WHO) air quality guidelines to protect the UK public from the negative effects of air pollution.

Olympian Roger Black meets aspiring athlete after both faced heart disease battle

19 June 2018

Top teenage athlete Luke Ball meets idol, British Heart Foundation Ambassador Roger Black MBE, after they were both born with heart defects

Prime Minister Announces £20 billion boost for NHS

18 June 2018

Theresa May has announced a £20 billion a year increase in funding for NHS England by 2023-24 - £600 million more a week.

Football legend David Seaman joins thousands of cyclists at the London to Brighton Bike Ride

18 June 2018

16,000 cyclists took part in Europe’s oldest charity bike ride and this year’s event saw the first ever beach-front proposal

UK's first study into potentially fatal condition in new mums

15 June 2018

We've funded the first study into potentially fatal condition peripartum cardiomyopathy at University of Glasgow.

Public Health England includes dementia risk as part of NHS Health Check

15 June 2018

Today, Public Health England have announced that dementia risk will now be included as part of NHS Health Check.