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World Stroke Day: 4 Foods To Improve Heart Health

Stroke is responsible for putting a large number of people in the hospital every year. The NHS says that from 2012-2013, over 19,500 people in the UK were admitted to the hospital after having a stroke. As stroke has a number of avoidable risk factors, maintaining a healthy lifestyle can lower your chances of the condition.

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4 Key Steps To Physical And Mental Health

As people age, we become vulnerable to a range of physical and mental diseases, such as dementia and arthritis, that can make performing everyday activities challenging. Staying active and keeping our brains stimulated through social engagement and hobbies can reduce the risk of age-related diseases. 

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4 Nutritious Breakfast Ideas to Jump-start Your Day

Most people have heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. The NHS says that those who eat in the mornings tend to be slimmer, as their metabolisms start working faster and prevent them from feeling too hungry throughout the day. Having breakfast also provides people with the energy they need to get through the day.

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Do You Know the Warning Signs of an Irregular Heartbeat?

Atrial Fibrillation, also known as arrhythmia, is a form of irregular heartbeat that causes rapid heart rates. Although the condition can affect people of all ages, the Atrial Fibrillation Association (AFA) says that older people are most vulnerable to the disease.

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Why Manage High Blood Pressure?

According to the NHS, over 5 million people throughout the UK have high blood pressure, or hypertension, but remain unaware. The condition affects 1 in 4 adults and can lead to serious diseases like life-threatening heart conditions and diabetes. However, diagnosing hypertension early enables people to get the treatment they require.

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