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We're Australia's leading heart health charity. We fund lifesaving research and work to improve heart disease prevention, support and care for all Australians.
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Heart Foundation 7h
Skipping has been keeping Aussie kids active and healthy for more than 35 years. 🤸‍♀️ If you're looking for new ways to keep the kids in your life active, check out our free Jump Rope for Heart Activity Guide now.
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Heart Foundation 8h
What are you doing today to take care of your body? Leave a comment below ❤️️
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Lighthouse Project 10h
Tamworth Hospital created three cultural spaces as part of the Dharray Mali Project. These rooms were given Aboriginal names by local Aboriginal students, the names describe their use for meetings, listening and reflection.
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Heart Foundation 10h
Awesome walking! ❤️
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Heart Foundation Jun 20
That’s a wrap! Our 2019 Women & Heart Disease Forum brought together passionate individuals committed to equality in heart disease research, prevention, treatment and care. "Women's heart disease is not a women's problem, it is a societal problem." Dr Clare Arnott.
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Heart Foundation Jun 20
"Sometimes we think heart disease is mainly a male condition." Our Women and Heart Disease Manager talks about the new statistics released during this week's
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END RHD Jun 19
Important new data on the burden of rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease from . have analysed the report and implications - read more here:
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Heart Foundation Jun 20
Happy ! Dogs help all of us to increase our walking and here at the Heart Foundation we see them as part of the big picture when it comes to heart health. Here are three ways owning a dog could be great for your heart 🐶❤️
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Lighthouse Project Jun 20
Orange Health Service @wnswldh now provide culturally relevant training to all new staff following the successful delivery of 6 “Asking the Question” workshops to 450 staff by AJ Williams-Tchen in 2018
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Heart Foundation Jun 19
Melbourne - it's time to get running for a great cause. is a 21k, 10k or 5k fun run through the streets of Melbourne. Fundraise with us & help reach our goal of $10,000. Let's fight the single largest killer of Aussies together! Register at
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Heart Foundation Jun 19
Our Tasmania CEO Graeme Lynch says without greater investment, the government's goal of becoming the healthiest state in Australia by 2025 will not be achievable.
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Heart Foundation Jun 19
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Heart Foundation Jun 19
Replying to @cheryl_carcel
Thank you for sharing this with us! We're glad to hear you had a great day.
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Heart Foundation Jun 19
Replying to @Amanda_Henry_AK
Great to hear, Amanda! Thanks for coming!
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Marissa Fayer Jun 19
Exactly why women’s health is global health. They go together and just be treated as such.
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The George Institute for Global Health Jun 18
An incredible line up of speakers today at highlighting the urgent need for global and national women’s health strategies on heart disease. It's time for a change of heart
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Dr Karen Walker Jun 18
Fabulous presentation on spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) in women, which does not follow the rules - hard to diagnose, atypical presentation
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Heart Foundation Jun 18
Today's Women & Heart Disease Forum discusses newly released data showing the impact of cardiovascular disease on Australian women. In 2017-18 an estimated 510,000 women had CVD, and in 2016 three in ten female deaths were caused by CVD.
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Heart Foundation Jun 18
Replying to @mhcsnsw
Thanks for helping us spread this important message! ❤️️
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Heart Foundation Jun 18
Today our Women & Heart Disease Forum, in collaboration with , brings together health experts across a range of disciplines to explore prevention, treatment & management of heart disease – a leading killer of Australian women.
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