Even mild COVID raises the chance of heart attack and stroke. What to know about the risks ahead
Even a mild case of COVID can increase the long-term risks of serious cardiovascular diseases such as stroke, heart attack and heart failure.
Regaining fitness after COVID infection can be hard
Regaining fitness after COVID infection can be hard. Here are 5 things to keep in mind before you start exercising again
The effects of long COVID on the heart
The impact of COVID long term is yet to be seen, and more data about “long COVID” needs to be gathered, but here’s what we know so far.
7 heart mistakes among women and how you avoid them
To help you stay ahead of heart health problems, here are some heart health mistakes you should keep in mind with solutions to help avoid them.
10 tips for feeling great and living longer
Here are our top 10 tips to help you stick to New Year's resolutions for the long term.
Learn time management to make those New Year’s resolutions stick
This year, instead of making new resolutions that will take you more time, resolve to learn a skill that will make you more time.
Life after a stroke
Surviving is just the beginning of a long journey for many stroke sufferers. What happens afterwards?
COVID-19 vaccines and low risk of pericarditis and myocarditis
Professor David Celermajer, cardiologist and Clinical Research Group Leader at the Heart Research Institute, answers some common questions around mRNA COVID-19 vaccines and their potential to cause pericarditis and myocarditis.
A paramedic’s perspective on stroke
A stroke can happen at any time. Usually when you least expect it. If you have any combination of stroke symptoms, you urgently need to call emergency services to get paramedics to assess you, or at least get to hospital as soon as possible.