29 September marks World Heart Day when the global spotlight falls on all things relating to heart health.
With COVID-19 hitting our shores this year, those with underlying heart conditions face a significantly higher risk, which is why this year’s Heart Awareness Month is more important than ever.
One often overlooked, yet common heart condition is angina, a type of chest pain caused by reduced blood flow to the heart, and a warning sign that something may be wrong.
Fortunately great developments have been made into the understanding, treatment and prevention of coronary disease.
Join a panel of experts as they share practical advice on all matters of the heart, including understanding the symptoms, triggers and treatment of angina, as well as the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.