Heart failure kills more Britons than four most common cancers: Unhealthy lifestyles leads to a surge in cases over the past decade



Unhealthy lifestyles are fuelling a surge in heart failure cases.
More of us are now developing the deadly condition than getting the four commonest forms of cancer, a major study shows.
There were 190,798 new cases of heart failure in the UK in 2014 – up 12 per cent in a decade. This is higher than the combined number of bowel, breast, lung and prostate cancer cases – 189,140 in 2014.
Heart failure affects at least 900,000 adults in the UK and another 900,000 are at very high risk as their hearts have previously been damaged.
The condition occurs when the heart muscle is weakened so it can... read more

 
21 November 2017 in Health, Views: 155
Source: Daily Mail
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