Iron deficiency anaemia is when lack of iron means that the blood does not produce enough haemoglobi
High blood cholesterol can increase your risk of cardiovascular disease. By eating less saturated an
A stroke occurs when a part of the brain is damaged or destroyed because it is deprived of blood, an
Triglycerides are the main form of fat stored in the body. Many Australians, especially those carryi
Atrial fibrillation (AF) is a common type of heart rhythm disorder. It is characterised by a rapid a
If you have high blood pressure your doctor may recommend lifestyle measures, such as
Coronary angiography allows doctors to obtain vital information about the severity and position of a
Cardiomyopathy - disease of the heart muscle - can affect adults and children. Damage to the he
See our diagram showing how your heart pumps blood to the organs and tissues of your body.
First aid for stroke and what to do when someone is having a stroke.
Your cholesterol target levels can differ from other people's cholesterol goals, because they ar
Why is blood pressure important? Find out why (and how) doctors measure blood pressure, wh
First aid and emergency treatment if you suspect someone is having a heart attack, or if someone has
Margarines that claim to help lower cholesterol can now be found in any supermarket. Find out how th
Most people make a good recovery after a heart attack. Cardiac rehabilitation services give support
If you’re taking low-dose aspirin for your heart, the dose should depend on your bodyweight.
Aerobic exercise improves aerobic capacity in people with chronic heart failure.
Keeping fit can reduce your risk of heart disease, even when your genetic risk profile is high.
Every year 30,000 Australians develop blood clots in their legs or lungs and 5000 of them will die.
Getting the flu is unpleasant - but it can increase your risk of a heart attack, too.
Many people take omega-3 fatty acid supplements for their supposed health benefits, but this study s