Eighty percent of over 30s at risk of heart attack - PHE

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Eighty percent of over 30s at risk of heart attack - PHE

Heart conditions are 'second biggest cause of life insurance claims after cancer'

A test carried out by Public Health England (PHE) has found that four-out-of-five people have a ‘heart age' older than their actual age, putting them at an increased risk of an early death through heart attack or stroke. Of this, more than a third were found to have a ‘heart age' of more than five years above their actual age. PHE's free online tool, The Heart Age Test, designed to assess the cardiovascular health of people over 30, runs through a series of questions related to an individual's...

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