4 unusual things we’ve learned about the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic
As the number of people infected with the coronavirus grows, so does our knowledge of how it spreads, how it affects the body, and the range of symptoms it causes.
How to set up your own exercise program
Working out at home or in the office – and giving your heart health a boost – has never been easier.
Managing iron levels
Feeling noticeably fatigued or run down can be an indicator of low iron levels. Here's how to make sure you're getting enough iron to meet your body’s needs.
People with coronavirus are at risk of blood clots and strokes
There is mounting evidence COVID-19 causes abnormalities in blood clotting, which can cause heart attacks and stroke.
How to stay fit and active at home during the coronavirus self-isolation
While self-isolation measures are necessary, our bodies and minds still need exercise to function well during these challenging times.
Healthy eating in isolation
Self-isolating to slow the spread of the coronavirus can change how we plan, buy, prepare and store food. Here are a few tips to keep your healthy eating habits going, even in isolation.
Myth-busting the coronavirus
Professor Ben Freedman, cardiologist and research group leader at HRI, addresses some common myths and gives the facts about the coronavirus.
COVID-19 and heart health
Cardiologist and researcher at HRI, Dr Rahul Kurup, answers some common questions about COVID-19 and heart health.
How to keep up your fitness as you age
Maintaining your fitness for a strong and healthy body, regardless of age, is good for your heart and overall health. But as you get older, you may notice a creeping middle-age spread. Why does this happen, and what can you do about it?