Sing for Your Heart
Get ready to warm up your vocal chords and Sing for Your Heart.Read more
#LovingHearts
Our partnership with Damart aims to help women improve their heart health.Read more
Our campaigns for better heart health
Want to know how to take better care of your heart?Read more
Matt set to inspire others
Wheelchair athlete Matt Hickling has become our latest Heart Research UK ambassador, helping to inspire disabled people to look after their hearts.Read more
Heart Research UK - 50th Anniversary
Helping Hearts Ball
Join us at our Helping Hearts Ball, a glitzy, glamorous evening to celebrate 50 years of helping hearts near youRead more
Work for us
Click to see our current job vacanciesRead more
Healthy Tip Sing it out
Healthy Tip - Sing it out
Find out how singing is good for your heart and your moodRead more
Infective endocarditis
Find out how this research will quantify the risk of developing or dying from infective endocarditis, in patients with different predisposing heart conditionsRead more
Healthy Christmas Snacks
Healthy Tip - Christmas Party Spreads and Snacks
Make your festive spread heart-healthy by switching up traditional Christmas classics for our healthier alternativesRead more
Get ready to warm up your vocal chords and Sing for Your Heart.
Our partnership with Damart aims to help women improve their heart health.
Want to know how to take better care of your heart?
Wheelchair athlete Matt Hickling has become our latest Heart Research UK ambassador, helping to inspire disabled people to look after their hearts.
Heart Research UK - 50th Anniversary
Join us at our Helping Hearts Ball, a glitzy, glamorous evening to celebrate 50 years of helping hearts near you
Click to see our current job vacancies
Healthy Tip Sing it out
Find out how singing is good for your heart and your mood
Find out how this research will quantify the risk of developing or dying from infective endocarditis, in patients with different predisposing heart conditions
Healthy Christmas Snacks
Make your festive spread heart-healthy by switching up traditional Christmas classics for our healthier alternatives

Heart Research UK Helping hearts near you

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Welcome to Heart Research UK, the charity that has been Helping hearts near you for nearly 50 years, funding pioneering medical research and encouraging communities to live healthier heart lifestyles. Read more

Get ready to warm up your vocal chords and Sing for Your Heart.
Want to be one of our 50 in our Golden Anniversary celebrations? 
Christmas quiz
Take part in our Christmas Cracker Quiz this festive season, with four rounds to suit all knowledge
Read more on research into the benefits of breaking up prolonged sedentary time on heart disease risk in people with spinal cord injury
Put your unwanted, odd or broken jewellery to work and help hearts near you
Read more on researching the role of blood platelets in controlling inflammation in the blood vessels for patients with and without heart disease

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22/11/2016 - 14:43
With the morning temperatures dropping and winter on its way, start your day the right way with a delicious hearty breakfast.  
17/11/2016 - 09:44
14 – 20 November marks Alcohol Awareness Week, a time to assess your drinking habits and make lifelong changes.  Drinking alcohol regularly increa
11/11/2016 - 10:45
National charity, Heart Research UK, is calling on choirs, singers and pubs across the UK to flex their vocal chords and “Sing for Your He
11/11/2016 - 10:11
Monday 14 November is World Diabetes Day, which aims to raise awareness of diabetes and
03/11/2016 - 09:20
It's Bonfire night again when we’ll be filled with excitement and wonder as the skies are festooned with colourful explosions of sparkles, bangs a
19/10/2016 - 15:57
With Halloween just around the corner, sweet treats and sugary snacks might be making their way into your little ones pockets.