Yesterday was Mother’s Day, a period of celebration and appreciation for mums around the world for the love and care that they unconditionally bestow upon us. However, it can also be a difficult time for many, as it can serve as a painful reminder of what they have regrettably lost.
Every February we celebrate Heart Month. It is a time when special emphasis is placed on living a healthier lifestyle and doing what’s good for our hearts. We at Heart4More kept extremely busy during this period, working on delivering vital workshops to the community as well as executing innovative campaigns
A landmark medical discovery has been made in South Africa relating to a hereditary genetic mutation that causes sudden deaths among young people and athletes. Researchers Maryam Fish, Gasnat Shaboodien and Sarah Kraus made this incredible breakthrough following 20 years of International collaboration. It also comes 50 years after the
When you think of a defibrillator, you might imagine a scene from House or ER with a doctor shouting “CLEAR” just before delivering a vital shock to the patient. Although that remains the case in a hospital environment, those large machines that require trained professionals are no longer used. Introducing
Last week we celebrated International Women’s Day. We gave recognition to the immeasurable effect women have had on both the world as a whole and all of us as individuals.
At Heart4More we thought we’d mark this special occasion by giving you the opportunity to win a spa day
Healthy Food is Now Cheaper Than Junk Food
A study by Cambridge University in 2014 found that eating healthily was three times as expensive as consuming unhealthy food. Their research showed that the average cost of eating 1,000 calories in healthy food was £7.49. Consuming the same amount of calories
You probably already use your smartphone for booking rides, checking the weather or keeping an eye on bank statements. We’ve already changed the way we do so many other menial tasks by making them easier, quicker and more efficient. Yet many of us do not realise that we can achieve
Performing CPR on a person that has just suffered cardiac arrest will ensure that oxygen-rich blood is able to reach their vital organs. Although it won’t restart the heart, it will help keep them alive while an ambulance makes its way to the scene. By doing this you can, in