Latest British Heart Foundation Stories
LONDON, January 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Drinking a daily cup of beet juice has been shown to significantly lower blood pressure among patients with high blood pressure,
LONDON, March 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Professional work funds Pulse Medic Services [http://www.pulsemedicservices.co.uk
The merging of Clark Behavioral Health Financing with American HealthCare Lending will provide improved financing options and enhanced experience for the behavioral health industry and related
British Heart Foundation (BHF) Professor Bernard Keavney, from The University of Manchester and Newcastle University, led the research which saw investigators from Newcastle, Nottingham, Oxford and Leicester universities in the UK, together with colleagues in Europe, Australia and Canada pool resources.
A new study by the Wellcome Trust and British Heart Foundation has found that half of all people of African, African Caribbean and South Asian ethnic backgrounds will have diabetes by the time they reach 80 years of age.
The very oldest in our society are missing out on simple heart treatments which can prolong and improve their quality of life.
DNA from the heart's own cells plays a role in heart failure by mistakenly activating the body's immune system.
Bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus, the ‘superbug’ behind MRSA, can be a major problem for patients who have a medical implant, such as a replacement heart valve or pacemaker.
Stem cells are proving themselves beneficial once again after scientists used the controversial building blocks to resurrect dead, scarred heart muscle damaged by recent heart attack.
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