SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH (It’s not so sudden)

SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH (It’s not so sudden)

Yeah we’re doing a YouTube Live today February 19, 2020 this one is Sudden Cardiac Death: The Hollywood Myth now that sounds weird right I mean we know that happens a lot we’ll talk about it I’m actually… I’m… the Hollywood myth that’s a quote from a sort of a quote from Harvard Health a […]

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Controlling and Preventing Heart Disease Risk Factors

Controlling and Preventing Heart Disease Risk Factors

We know that if women take care of their hearts and are aware of their risk, they can reduce their chances of developing coronary artery disease. Some of the risk factors that you can control are smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and high triglyceride levels, diabetes and pre-diabetes, being overweight or obese, being physically […]

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Getting involved in research  – congenital heart disease

Getting involved in research – congenital heart disease

Every year over 5,000 babies in the UK are born with congenital heart disease we define congenital heart disease as a disease of the heart that is identified before birth or present at birth imaging research has been key to advances in care and has led to more children with heart conditions surviving into adulthood […]

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