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Cardiovascular Health

Oct, 2018

Almost a third of all deaths around the world are caused by cardiovascular disease (CVD) and, with an increasingly ageing population, it has never been more important to find ways to prevent, manage and cure it. The Cardiovascular Health report, published in The Times, explores the alarming link between CVD and other life-threatening conditions, such as kidney failure, the range of digital technologies revolutionising diagnosis and treatment, and the health benefits of being happy. It covers the leaps and bounds which have already been made in heartcare, and draws a heartening picture of what the future could hold. Also featured is an infographic exploring the lifestyle factors which can increase the risk of CVD


A whole host of factors, from diet and alcohol intake to physical activity and blood pressure, can affect cardiovascular health. Knowing the importance of each and their impact on the heart can make a huge difference