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Black tea is good for your heart

New research has revealed that drinking just one cup of regular black tea per day may help to protect against cardiovascular disease, thereby keeping the heart healthy. This is the first study to show that drinking black tea, depending on the dose, reduces both blood pressure and arterial stiffness, helping to maintain a person’s cardiovascular health. The research was conducted at the University of L’Aquila in Italy and supported by the Lipton Institute of Tea.

Croi to give lifesaving makeovers to hundreds of people in the west

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A new initiative by local heart charity Croi aims to change the lifestyles of 450 people in the west considered to be most at risk from heart disease, Ireland’s biggest killer.

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Cardiovascular disease remains the single biggest killer in County Mayo, accounting for almost 40 per cent of all deaths, however in a bid to save lives and to reduce the impact of cardiovascular disease on families living in Mayo, Croí in partnership with HSE West Mayo Primary, Community and Continuing Care division, has launched a major drive to promote and provide heart health check-ups under the Heart Smart Mayo programme.

Chinese night in aid of Croi

The Chinese restaurant, the Royal Villa in Salthill, has teamed up with local heart charity Croí to host a novel Chinese evening on Tuesday September 29.

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