British Heart Foundation


‘Every second counts when someone suffers a cardiac arrest’

Newcastle fan's collapse on during a Premier League game is another “stark reminder that a cardiac arrest can strike anyone, anywhere and anytime, without warning,” according to British Heart Foundation’s Associate Medical Director. Read More

Keep your people safe with a defibrillator from the BHF

More than 30,000 people suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrests every year in the UK and unfortunately only one in 10 people survive. Read More

Heart attacks are just as prevalent for women as they are for men

There is a misconception that heart diseases are more common in men than it is in women, says British Heart Foundation. Read More

British Red Cross launches special AED offer for British Heart Week

British Red Cross will be attending the Safety & Health Expo to launch special offer on Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs). Read More

Migraine Awareness Week: Migraines in the workplace – how eye care can help

To mark the start of Migraine Awareness Week (2 to 8 September 2018), Specsavers Corporate Eyecare looks at how migraines could affect employees’ vision and what employers can do to help. Read More

Stroke risk associated with long working hours

Working long hours may lead to an increase in the risk of stroke, a study has found. The findings were Read More

Sit less and move more, urges British Heart Foundation

The British Heart Foundation is today encouraging workers to ‘sit less and stand more’ as part of the ‘On Your Read More



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