What can you do to speed up your metabolism?
Rather than reaching for a supplement, there are things you can do to speed your metabolism up.
Stress and insomnia linked to irregular heartbeat after menopause
About one in four women may develop atrial fibrillation after menopause, with stress and insomnia being leading factors, according to a new study.
In the mood for Mexican? Try this healthy spin on an old favourite from nutritionist Susie Burrell.
Life after a stroke
Discover what to expect and how to navigate life after a stroke. From physical rehabilitation to emotional challenges, explore insights on the journey to recovery.
Nutrition tips for managing type 2 diabetes
People with diabetes are up to four times as likely to develop heart disease as those without. If you have a family history of type 2 diabetes or have recently been diagnosed, the steps you take to either prevent or manage this disease are the same steps you’d take to decrease your risk of heart disease.
Understanding type 2 diabetes and nutrition – myth busting!
There are many misconceptions surrounding type 2 diabetes, especially in relation to diet. We’ve broken down some common myths and provide tips for new habits to start putting into action.
Alcohol and heart disease
It's said that drinking red wine is good for the heart – but does alcohol increase heart rate and blood pressure?
What is personalised medicine and fluxomics?
Find out how fluxomics, an emerging technology, will help bring us one step closer to personalised treatments for cardiovascular disease.
The life-saving power of AEDs: automatic external defibrillators
With CPR and an automated external defibrillator (AED), you can help save a life in a cardiac arrest. Learn how easy it is to use one.