The risk of being diagnosed with the biggest killer illnesses is significantly decreased with early intervention. So what should men look out for?
It’s one of our most vital organs, but we don’t always give our hearts the TLC they need and deserve.
Thousands of older Australians take low-dose aspirin believing it will help them live longer – but it may be doing more harm than good, a major study has found.
One in five women and one in six men will have a stroke, but around 80 per cent of strokes can be prevented. So how can you cut your risk?
Knowing the signs and acting quickly is key if you suspect a loved one is having a heart attack or stroke.
New research says a little salt – but not too much – can help avoid heart health risks.
We send Zoe Bingley-Pullin in search of the truth, looking at the surprising facts about heart disease and the various ways we can keep our heart healthy.
If you think heart problems are a man’s disease, think again. It’s the leading cause of death of women in Australia.
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