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More defibrillator training needed in the workplace

Arco has called for more defibrillator training in the workplace in the run up to World Heart Day, which takes place on Saturday, 29 September. Read More

‘Millennials don’t see the value of private healthcare’

Millennials may be missing out on significant benefits associated with private medical insurance (PMI), as their youth can make them feel invincible and they opt for other benefits, according to The Health Insurance Group. Read More

London cabbies being trained to use defibrillators to help heart patients

Fifteen London taxis are being fitted out with defibrillators to enable help to be given to pedestrians who suffer a cardiac arrest. Read More

High-stress jobs linked with higher risk of heart rhythm disorders

Assembly line workers, bus drivers and nurses are among the workers most at risk of developing heart rhythm disorders, according to a major new study. Read More

Walking to work could cut risk of dying from heart disease

Leaving the car at home and walking to work could cut the risk of dying from heart disease and stroke by almost a third, according to new research from Cambridge University. Read More

Chester Zoo team wins national health and safety award

Chester Zoo has won a national award for its first aid work. The zoo’s health & safety and first aid Read More



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