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Title: Fish oils for arthritis
Summary: General information about the use of fish oil supplements as a treatment for arthritis. It includes information about who may benefit from taking fish oils, how much to take and where to find more information.
Title: Linking kidney health, heart health, blood pressure and diabetes
Summary: This translated fact sheet explains how people who have diabetes, high blood pressure (hypertension) and/or cardiovascular disease are at an increased risk of chronic kidney disease. It focuses on identifying the signs and risk factors, as well as choosing a healthy lifestyle.
Title: Living with heart failure - information to make you feel better
Summary: This book is your guide to living with heart failure. It will help you and your family look after your heart.
Title: Smoking and your heart
Summary: When you smoke you are at higher risk of developing heart disease and having a heart attack
Title: Will you recognise your heart attack? fact sheet
Summary: What are the warning signs of heart attack? The most common warning signs of a heart attack are outlined in this fact sheet.
Title: Will you recognise your heart attack? Warning signs - action plan
Summary: This chart is a guide on how to recognising a heart attack and what you need to do.
Title: Women and heart disease
Summary: Heart disease isn’t just a men’s health problem. Despite big improvements in the last 40 years, on average, heart disease is the top killer of women (and men).The best way to reduce the risk of developing heart disease, and to help prevent it getting worse if it already exists, is to improve or remove the risk factors over which you have some control. This brochure lists the main risk factors and shows the best way to reduce the risk of developing heart disease.
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