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Working with purpose in a post-pandemic world
Funding plea for program that could prevent 520 heart attacks a year
Tailored, earlier cardiac rehab program shows physical, emotional benefits for heart failure patients
Tailored, earlier heart failure rehab has physical, emotional benefits for patients
Unique cardiac rehabilitation program developed for high-risk cancer patients
Exercise can help support recovery of patients with lasting COVID symptoms, study finds
Call for SA government to invest in heart health research
Stoic Venture Capital commits further to healthcare following Cardihab success
Female heart attack survivors worse off than men
Cardiac Rehabilitation is Underused Across Country. One Simple Change Could Fix That
New report suggests framework to improve Native Hawaiians health disparities
Team leads Cochrane Review on physical activity for people with congenital heart disease
Impact of coronary heart disease on work productivity
Cardiac rehabilitation programme wins BMJ award
Qld election: Call for action on killer disease striking at heart of our regions
HIIT road to recovery for patients with heart disease
50% drop in patients attending cardiology services during coronavirus lockdown
GP services re-established at Gunnedah Rural Health Centre
Around a quarter of heart attack or stroke patients in Asia-Pacific are re-hospitalised with a follow-on event
$12 million for research to improve treatment of cardiovascular disease and stroke patients
Home-based cardiac rehabilitation training offered free to cardiac teams affected by COVID-19
Six ways home-based cardiac rehab keeps patients safe, healthy during COVID-19
Transforming post-hospital care for people with heart disease
Great divide: Women less likely to have their heart health checked
Research grants for heart health, dysphagia and AIDS in Africa