Coronary heart disease kills 70,000 in the UK every year, while only a third of the population have life insurance, research by Scottish Widows has revealed.
According to British Heart Foundation, an average of 190 people die every day - one every eight minutes - of CHD, mostly from heart attacks. An estimated 915,000 people in the UK today have survived a heart attack - however while in the 1960s seven out of 10 people died from them, these days seven out of 10 survive. To help mark National Heart Month, Scottish Widows have conducted research into the national protection gap for heart disease. Considering that only 34% of people in Britain...
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