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Its Pancake Day!

Its Pancake Day!

It’s Shrove Tuesday, or how it’s more commonly known, Pancake Day. Traditionally, this is a day where Anglo-Saxon Christians would feast before the start of Lent, which is a time of fasting and penitence.
In keeping with the spirit of self-discipline, we should all make sure to replace our chocolate

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Kick Off at Colchester United

Kick Off at Colchester United

It has been a busy week at the Heart4More Foundation. On our visit to Bexleyheath Academy we trained lots of students in how to perform CPR and use a defibrillator. Following this, we travelled to Rainbow School, which specialises in assisting children with autism, to donate a defibrillator.
 
 

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Heart Disease

Heart Disease

Heart Disease
Coronary heart disease is the most common cardiovascular disease. It is a condition in which there is a build up of fatty material in the arteries that send oxygen-rich blood to your heart. As the arteries become narrower, less oxygen is able to reach your heart. This can

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80% Of New Years Resolutions Die in February

80% Of New Years Resolutions Die in February

A recent poll showed that exercising more, losing weight and eating healthier were the most common New Year’s resolutions. Unsurprisingly, drinking less alcohol and giving up cigarettes were also on that list.
So why is it that only two months into the New Year, most people have already abandoned their

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Heart Month

Heart Month

Every February we celebrate Heart Month.
An entire month dedicated to raising awareness about cardiovascular disease in the UK.
Many things have changed in the world of health in the last few decades, from a time when doctors would recommend smoking certain brands of cigarettes, to today when preventative care

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Spot the Signs & Symptoms

Spot the Signs & Symptoms

Sign or Symptoms
Well, first of all, lets identify what the difference is between a sign and a symptom as the two are often commonly merged into one.
A symptom; any subjective evidence of disease. Meanwhile a sign; is any objective evidence of disease. With that said, a symptom is something that is experienced by the individual

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