16 September 2019
Our national survey reveals young people are more interested in volunteering than any other age group, despite what people might think. Our report also uncovers the personal benefits of volunteering, such as tackling loneliness, improving mental health and providing valuable work experience.
10 September 2019
BHF-funded researcher Pablo Lamata partners with artists in creation of the Kalostasis installation for the London Design Festival at the V&A Museum.
5 September 2019
NHS chief executive Simon Stevens said powerful statins could be given to patients by pharmacists without a prescription.
4 September 2019
BHF researchers develop a heart ‘fingerprint’ to tailor personalised treatment for people at high risk of deadly heart attack.
3 September 2019
A new gene silencing drug could be used to lower ‘bad-cholesterol’ in the blood according to new findings presented at the European Society of Cardiology conference in Paris.
2 September 2019
Countless heart attacks and strokes could be prevented with sustained drop in cholesterol and blood pressure.
2 September 2019
BHF researchers have developed a bioactive stem cell delivery plaster which would be used during heart surgery, to help repair damaged hearts.
1 September 2019
An early rule-out pathway for heart attack reduces length of stay and hospital admissions according to research presented at the European Society of Cardiology conference in Paris.
27 August 2019
An international team of BHF-funded researchers may have discovered why a small number of people experience muscle pain after taking statins.
23 August 2019
A low-cost polypill—combining four cardiovascular drugs in a single pill—cuts the risk of major heart and circulatory disease events by a third over five years.