Women with heart disease share their stories in Heart Matters magazine, plus advice and support if you have been diagnosed yourself.
Conquer 26.2 miles over the course of May and help raise money for life saving heart research.
Leave the buzz of the city behind you and join us on this 54 mile challenge. Use your pedals to power our life saving research.
You can help fund our life saving heart research by donating any unwanted items to your nearest BHF shop.
We have furniture and electrical stores across the UK selling great value sofas, dining sets, beds and much more.
Our strategy sets out our plans to fund half a billion pounds of research over the next five years.
Whether you are living with heart disease or supporting a friend or family member, our online community is a space for you.
Meet some of our heart heroes who have bravely shared their stories with others.
Read our vision and priorities to 2020 and see how we're fighting for every heartbeat.
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When you’ve just been told you have a heart condition, it can be a confusing time. Here’s our quick guide to asking the right questions, to get the answers that you need.
We look at media coverage of a story suggesting that media coverage about statins could lead to more deaths from heart disease.
In April and May it’s not too late to sow summer bedding and vegetables, says our expert gardener Paul Peacock.
Too much sugar can lead to weight gain and damaging effects on our health. Here are 6 small changes that you'll hardly notice, which can help you cut down on the sweet stuff.
Food labelling can help us choose healthier foods. We explain how to use back-of-pack food labels to make healthy choices.
Stem cells could help cure heart failure. We look at major developments of the last 20 years and the role the BHF is playing.
Consultant Vascular Surgeon Rachel Bell explains abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysms, what causes them and how to get screened.
Heart and circulatory diseases and cancer are now the most common causes of death. An expert from the World Health Organisation tells us what this means for our health.
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Do you know how many calories there are in alcoholic drinks? Try our fun quiz and test your knowledge.
You don’t have to be in a community centre to play table tennis. We’ve tracked down 10 free tables in exciting locations around the UK.
Barbara lost confidence when she had a heart attack and heart surgery, but friends and family helped her find her feet. See the touching pictures with Barbara's inspirational words.
Katy and Pippa suffered a rare and life-threatening condition called spontaneous coronary artery dissection, changing their lives forever - but they’ve become cherished friends as a result.
Helen Doyle thought her running dreams might be over when she was diagnosed with a heart problem. See how she's gone from surgery to the London Marathon.
We meet Max Leslie, who survived a life-threatening aortic aneurysm rupture, and hear how his life has changed since then.
The zebrafish has a special place in heart disease research. Here are some of the BHF-funded projects which use the fish to look for new treatments for heart failure and other heart conditions too.
A bespoke microscope could bring insight into the self-healing heart of the zebrafish, moving us another step closer to a cure for heart failure. Dr Jonathan Taylor talks to us.
There's no need to live with loneliness. Here are 12 ways that you can get yourself out of the house to make friends, have fun and put a spring in your step.
It’s easy to take media coverage of health stories at face value, but a degree of scepticism is important, as we explain.
After heart valve surgery, Ian Ayling followed his dream to become a groundsman at Twickenham. We hear how family and colleagues help him stay strong.
A few small steps can make a healthy diet and help you to control your weight, too. Dietitian Annemarie Aburrow shows us how.
Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) suppress stomach acid and are often prescribed to heart patients. We hear why from Professor Pali Hungin.
Roast dinners make great comfort food, but they aren't always that healthy. Our easy swaps mean they don’t have to be bad news for your waistline or cholesterol levels.
When you’re a carer, taking a break is vital to your wellbeing. We explain what respite care is and meet people who’ve benefited.
Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care at the Care Quality Commission (CQC), gives her tips on what to look for in a care home.
Our medical expert explains what troponin is and how can help determine the symptoms of a heart attack in women.