Women urged to sign up for heart health webinar

Women in Clare are urged to sign up for a major online webinar this Friday aimed at helping them to take care of their...

Adults urged to check blood pressure ‘before damage is...

People in Clare have been urged to have their blood pressure checked as part of a new campaign to drive awareness of its dangers. The...

Series of recorded talks about Stroke

The estimated 2,250 stroke survivors in Clare are being urged to join a series of live and recorded talks offering supports ahead of World...

Clare woman joins effort to tackle childhood obesity

A Clare woman has joined the fight against childhood obesity in Ireland and is urging the public to join the Irish Heart Foundation’s ‘Stop Targeting Kids’ drive.

Know the signs of stroke – IHF

The Irish Heart Foundation is urging Clare people to know the signs of stroke and to be aware of the vital action to take in the event of witnessing one.

Heart failure patients urged to avail of Covid supports

The Irish Heart Foundation is urging the estimated 1,800 people living with heart failure in Clare to engage with new supports it has established during Covid-19 restrictions.

Clare companies receive Irish Heart Foundation award

Four Co.Clare based companies and workplaces were awarded for prioritising their employees’ heart health at the Irish Heart Foundation’s Happy Heart Healthy Eating and Active@Work Awards.

Ennis health club installs defibrillator

The Irish Heart Foundation estimates that sudden cardiac death (SCD) kills more than 5,000 people in Ireland each year, including around 100 people under the age of 35.

Learn how your hands can save a life

The Irish Heart Foundation is offering free CPR training to members of the public in Clare. The training is part of a new free community CPR training programme, Hands for Life, run by the Irish Heart Foundation and supported by Abbott and ESB Networks.