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Heart Healthy Christmas

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How to have a heart healthy Christmas Victoria Taylor, senior dietitian at the British Heart Foundation (BHF), tells us how to enjoy some festive fun while still looking out for our hearts… We all love the rituals that come with…

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World Toilet Day 2015

World Toilet Day 2015 World Toilet Organization was founded on 19 November 2001 and the inaugural World Toilet Summit was held on the same day, the first global summit of its kind. We recognised the need for an international day to draw…

Stanford’s heart health app launches in Hong Kong and UK

 Updates to the MyHeart Counts app include more feedback from other users to help participants improve their own heart health and further contribute to the study. MyHeart Counts, an iPhone app that allows users to learn about their own heart…

How Alcohol Can Affect Your Heart Health

  Have you heard of  the ‘holiday heart syndrome’? This is a condition when a non-drinker or a light drinker gives in to the weekend party mood and goes on a drinking spree. If this becomes a habit then on one…

Facts on Heart Health for Summer Holidays

Are you headed for a hot weather heart attack? While a dose of sunny vitamin D is good for you and exercise even better with its endorphin boost, be sure to practice safe heart health in the heat. “Hot summers…

Eating chocolate linked to ‘lower heart disease and stroke risk’

Eating a moderate amount of chocolate a day has been linked to a lowered risk of heart disease and stroke University of Aberdeen experts looked at the eating habits of more than 20,000 middle-aged and elderly people. They concluded that…

Coffee health benefits: Coffee could cut risk of heart disease

Recent study shows that consuming five cups daily can prevent death due to cardiovascular illnesses Many coffee lovers are happy to know that drinking coffee is healthy, but they’ll be happier to know that drinking coffee can significantly reduce risk…