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Reboot Your Life – Get active for a healthy heart

New Guideline highlight importance of reducing sitting time for your heart health

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Heart News   |   8th Sep 2021

Move more to counteract health harms of sitting- WHO

New WHO guidelines on physical activity and sedentary behaviour

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Heart News   |   26th Nov 2020

Historic buildings go red for World Heart Day

A number of historic buildings around the country lit up red to mark World Heart Day

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Heart News   |   1st Oct 2020

Sitting for too long linked to risk of depression in teens

A new study has found that sitting for too long can increase risk of depression in teenagers

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Policy News   |   18th Feb 2020

Exercise helps recovery from heart disease and stroke

New report from the European Heart Network highlights the benefits of phsyical activity for all

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Policy News   |   23rd Jan 2020

The wonders of walking for your heart

We speak with Prof Shane O Mara neuroscientist TCD on the wonders of walking

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Heart News   |   16th Sep 2019

Office workers unaware of the dangers of sitting

New research from the University of Derby in the UK, shows office workers are unaware of the dangers of sitting for too long

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Heart News   |   9th Sep 2019

It’s never too late to get active – new study

A new study has shown that it is never too late to get active

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Heart News   |   4th Sep 2019

Too much time sitting linked to almost 70,000 deaths

Excessive sitting linked to almost 70,000 deaths a year in the UK

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Heart News   |   26th Mar 2019

Children need structure to get active

Children who are given free choice over how to spend their leisure time are more inclined to choose a sedentary task

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Heart News   |   27th Sep 2018

Partners move in synch

Couple mirror sedentary and active behaviour

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Heart News   |   14th Sep 2018

Did you know that your chair can kill?

Irish Heart Foundation campaign #chairscankill

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Heart News   |   10th Sep 2018