The best exercise for a healthy heart

17 February, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Move over, cardio workouts – there may be a better way to strengthen your heart.

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The down low on high blood pressure

27 December, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Blood pressure is routinely checked by GPs, but what does it mean when it’s high or low – and what can you do it about it?

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The health benefits of drinking coffee

3 October, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

It’s one of Australia’s favourite brews, with the benefits of our daily caffeine hit more than just its little pick me up.

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Should you keep taking your daily aspirin dose?

22 September, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

Thousands of older Australians take low-dose aspirin believing it will help them live longer – but it may be doing more harm than good, a major study has found.

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Should you pass on the salt?

18 August, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

New research says a little salt – but not too much – can help avoid heart health risks.

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Why aged garlic extract is good for your heart

28 June, 2018 . by Michelle Rose

There’s no doubt garlic is good for you, but aged garlic extract might be even better for heart health.

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5 reasons sex is good for you

3 May, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Getting intimate can boost your health and wellbeing in some surprising ways. Here are five of the best reasons to get romantic.

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How to live to 120 years old

7 February, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Scientists believe that in years to come, more people will live to celebrate their 120th birthday. What are the secrets of living long and well?

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What every woman should know about heart disease

31 October, 2017 . by Sarah Fennell

We send Zoe Bingley-Pullin in search of the truth, looking at the surprising facts about heart disease and the various ways we can keep our heart healthy.

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What you need to know about heart disease in women

17 August, 2017 . by Sarah Fennell

If you think heart problems are a man’s disease, think again. It’s the leading cause of death of women in Australia.

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