Dr Sonya Babu-Narayan, our Associate Medical Director, urges people to continue to seek care and treatment if needed.
BHFHeart attacks don’t stop for a global pandemic, and the NHS is not too busy to save your life.
Dr Sonya Babu-Narayan, our Associate Medical Director, updates on why we're supporting the NHS's plea for people to continue to seek emergency care & treatment
People suffering heart attacks during the coronavirus outbreak may be putting their lives at risk by delaying seeking medical help. We are urging anyone who experiences heart attack symptoms to seek medical help immediately by calling 999.
How to keep healthy when self-isolating due to coronavirus (covid-19) including tips on food, exercise and mental health.
BHFIf you are self-isolating because you have coronavirus, or because you’re trying to reduce your chances of infection, there are lots of things you can do to make sure you feel well in mind and body. Read our easy tips.
To launch the annual Dechox campaign the BHF reveal how much chocolate we eat in a lifetime
BHFAccording to a new survey, the average Brit will consume 7,560 chocolate bars, 2,268 slices of chocolate cake and 8,316 chocolate biscuits in a lifetime! That’s a whole lot of choc! bit.ly/2U9hJc9pic.twitter.com/r886b8brPu
Today the BHF announced it's shortlist of four research projects competing for a single £30million award. The charity says it is one of many radical new approaches needed to address a frightening mismatch in research funding compared with the burden...
BHFToday we’re announcing our #BigBeatChallenge shortlist of 4 exciting research projects all competing for a £30million research prize.
Professor Barbara Casadei caught the science bug at school, and now she?s inspiring the next generation. Read about her research into atrial fibrillation.
BHFThis #AFAwareWeek, learn how BHF researcher Barbara Casadei’s crucial research is helping to develop potential new treatments for people living with atrial fibrillation: bit.ly/2CULdk8 #AFib pic.twitter.com/2Hr9DIOiUk
Understanding the molecular switch that lets cells cope with oxygen has implications for everything from metabolism to wound healing.
BHFCongratulations to BHF-funded scientist Sir Peter J. Ratcliff @UniofOxford, who has been jointly awarded the 2019 #NobelPrize for Physiology or Medicine for his work on how cells sense and respond to oxygen
Women are at risk if they don’t recognise the signs of a heart attack and delay getting help. Together with gender inequalities in heart attack care, this is costing women’s lives. It’s time to put this right.
BHFKeep an eye out for us on @BBCBreakfast this morning, as we reveal our new briefing, 'Bias & Biology' - a paper that highlights the inequalities faced by women who experience a heart attack. Find out more on our website.
BHFWomen are needlessly dying from heart attacks in the UK due to a startling gender gap. Today, we reveal our new briefing, ‘Bias & Biology’ – find out more on our website.
Our survey involving almost 5,000 people living with conditions such as a heart attack, stroke and heart failure finds that many are not getting the support they need.
BHFOur new survey suggests that more than half of people living with heart and circulatory diseases have experienced feelings related to anxiety or depression, but many are not getting the help they need
Health secretary urges national debate on ethics of genomic medicine, as he reveals he has taken a genetic test
BHFWe were pleased to hear @MattHancock emphasise the importance of genomic medicine in his @royalsociety speech. There will be challenges ahead, but also huge opportunities that could transform the way we treat heart & circulatory diseases