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Cardiac rehab - the first step to a more active life

9th July 2018

Our My Life magazine spoke to Lucy, a Heart Failure Nurse Specialist, and Claire, a Cardiac Rehabilitation Assistant Practitioner about how participating in cardiac rehab is one of the best things you can do for your heart health. Read the article here.

Under the microscope

29th June 2018

Cardiomyopathy specialist and consultant cardiologist to Liverpool FC, Professor John Somauroo talked to My Life magazine about an exciting new technique in the diagnosis and treatment of many cardiac diseases.

Coping with hot weather

26th June 2018

As the Met Office issues a yellow health warning for heatwave conditions our specialist nurse Jayne Partridge offers advice on coping with the heat.

Songs in the key of life

18th June 2018

Jane Gibson, tells Cardiomyopathy UK how taking a holistic approach to her wellbeing helps her to lead a ‘deeply fulfilling’ life. Read her story here.

There’s always a person wrapped around the heart

9th June 2018

Read our recent interview with consultant clinical psychologist Graeme Gillespie, extracted from our April My Life magazine.

How to cope with tiredness

7th June 2018

A discussion on coping with tiredness was recently posted by our specialist helpline nurse Jayne Partridge on our closed Facebook group. Read the full post here.

Discussion on travel insurance

29th May 2018

Our specialist helpline nurse Jayne Partidge recently opened a discussion about travel insurance on our closed Facebook group. Read her post here.

Do Androids dream of electric bikes?

27th May 2018

Ian, 70, from Whitley Bay, thought his days of riding bikes were over, until he tried an ebike. Read his story here.

Guidance for taking medication during Ramadan

9th May 2018

Ramadan fasting can be safe for patients with heart failure say experts. Read the full story.

Wearable cardioverter defibrillator does not reduce sudden death mortality

15th March 2018

Trials of the Vest Prevention of Early Sudden Death Trial (VEST) found that the device reduced the overall risk of early death for heart attack survivors – but not the risk of sudden cardiac death.