cardiovascular disease

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The sad reality is that thousands of women die from heart and circulatory disease and we desperately want to stop so many women and their families from being affected.
The next person to die of heart and circulatory disease could be your sister, your best friend or your mum - and that's what BHF research is helping to fight and why every donation matters.
Men, women and children are more likely to die from heart and circulatory disease than any other serious illness including cancer.
ALMOST 2,000 women die of heart and circulatory disease every week.
Think of a heart attack candidate and you are likely to picture a stressed-out middle-aged men, living an unhealthy lifestyles but in fact heart and circulatory disease kills as many women as it does men.
The British Heart Foundation is the leading national charity fighting heart and circulatory disease - the UK's biggest killer.
The conference will draw an attendance of over 250 of the top dealmakers from the investment community as well as major medical technology, biopharmaceutical, and biotech firms, seeking strategic partnering and investment opportunities in the double-digit-growth circulatory disease diagnosis and therapeutic market.
She said: "Heart and circulatory disease is the UK's biggest killer and although significant progress has been made on prevention, we must do more.
National Heart Month was launched by the BHF earlier this month with a Red for Heart campaign encouraging people raise vital funds to fight heart and circulatory disease.
A spokeswoman said the jog was a "fun and entertaining" event to get everyone in the Christmas spirit and raise cash for the charity, which fights heart and circulatory disease.
We're hoping that once all the sponsorship is in, the day will have raised over pounds 10,000 to support us in our fight against heart and circulatory disease - the nation's biggest killer.
A new survey published by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) shows that less than one fifth (19 per cent) of people realise that the greatest threat faced by smokers is heart and circulatory disease.
The conference will include presentations by more than 30 companies and will draw an attendance of over 300 dealmakers from the investment community as well as major medical technology, biopharmaceutical and biotech firms, seeking strategic partnering and investment opportunities in the highly competitive, hi-tech, double-digit-growth circulatory disease diagnosis and therapeutic market.
Ros Emson, manager of Yorkshire Building Society's New Street branch in Huddersfield, said: "Each year around 200,000 people die from the disease and those who survive can find living with heart and circulatory disease difficult and at times frightening.
Heart attacks kill one person every six minutes in the country, and heart and circulatory disease claim around 200,000 lives every year.
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