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According to a recent research letter published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, there seems to be an increase in heart-failure-related cardiovascular death rates amongst younger adults (aged 35 to 64) over the last decade.  Additionally, a separate study from the month of February revealed that younger American

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In South Africa, cardiovascular disease (CVD/heart disease), which includes coronary artery disease (CAD), is the leading cause of death after HIV/Aids and the most frequent cause of death worldwide today (1). More South Africans die of CVD than of all the cancers combined. A common symptom of CAD is angina, yet

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A newly released report published in The Lancet suggests it’s time to sober up when it comes to drinking alcohol. The lead author of this study, which was part funded by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) Dr. Angela Wood explained “The key message of this research for public health is

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Laura Smith* – a sports equipment supplier in her mid-40’s – experienced a racing heart three years ago. She put it down to panic attacks caused by overwork or single parenting. When the attacks didn’t stop after trying to smell the roses, she went to her doctor, who diagnosed A-Fib.  Smith

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Cardio is crucial, it stimulates and strengthens the heart. It’s steady beat is the tune of health and vitality, but how do you strengthen a part of your body that doesn’t rest? It works when you work, it works when you play, and it works as you sleep at the