Keep your heart healthy
Your heart is the most important muscle in your body and keeping it healthy is key. From heart ache to high cholesterol, heart problems can affect us in many ways. Read through our selection of useful tips, articles and facts to help keep your heart happy.
The heart is a muscle, and like the other muscles in your body it needs regular physical activity to stay healthy.
Why is it important to keep your heart healthy? Discover five reasons why the heart is such a vital organ.
Thousands of people die from cardiovascular diseases every single year, so it’s important to know what makes a healthy heart.
Over 2 million people in the UK live with coronary heart disease. Read our tips for reducing the risks of heart disease.
We take a look at some of the most common types of heart problem affecting people in the UK.
By working out for just a few minutes a day, you could lower the chances of developing coronary heart disease.
Along with a good diet, regular exercise can help reduce the chances of developing coronary heart disease.
Lifestyle is a key factor in looking after your heart. Changes in diet and exercise can help to prevent the onset of heart disease.
Eating balanced meals is one way of keeping on top of your heart health. Read these quick and easy ways to eat more healthily
If you want to make sure his heart is a healthy one then there are a few recipes you should avoid.
When Bettina Wallace, a 60-year-old grandmother, was diagnosed with high blood pressure, she decided to get proactive.
If you are worried about your risk of heart attack, there are a few warning signs you can look out for.
Heart disease is one of the UK’s biggest killers. Here are the most commonly asked questions about heart disease.
Stress cardiomyopathy or broken heart syndrome has similar symptoms to a heart attack, making it difficult to diagnose.
Medical studies now show that a broken heart is an actual medical condition. Watch the debate on our webTV show.
A broken heart can feel like the end of the world. Getting out and doing some exercise could be the best thing for you.
Being heartbroken is universal and nothing to be ashamed of, talking through your feelings can help the mending process.
According to a leading US anthropologist, Dr Helen Fisher, love can be divided into three distinct phases.
With a heart being broken every 17 minutes we looked into the effects of heartbreak on our day to day life.
Ignore stress and, in the long run, it can lead to high blood pressure, anxiety and, in some cases, even depression
Stress takes its toll both mentally and physically, and knowing the symptoms can help you before things get out of hand.
One in five of us feels stressed every day, but there is a way of learning to deal with whatever life throws our way.
Benhealth editor Karin Mochan tells us about her family history with CHD and the free health check she attended.
Why not make 2017 the year that you take care of your heart’s health?