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Heart week

Heart week

Heart Week runs from Sunday 29 April to Saturday 5 May. Heart week shines the spotlight on Australia’s heart health.  In 2018 we’ll be talking about the importance of physical activity in reducing the prevalence and impact of risk factors for heart disease.

The Heart Foundation team will be coming on campus to deliver a presentation.

Heart attack warning signs

Feeling pain in your jaw or shoulder? Nauseous or Dizzy? No two heart attacks are the same and symptoms can be different for men and women. Knowing the warning signs could help save your life or the life of a loved one. Download Heart attack warning signs (PDF )

Active Living for a Healthy Heart

Being active can decrease your chance of developing heart disease or having a heart attack. Learn how to incorporate more physical activity in your day to help fight risk factors like high blood pressure and cholesterol.

Join a Walking Group

The heart Foundation offers many types of walking groups all over Australia and an opportunity to track your steps using the Heart Foundation Walking App.  Walking is an enjoyable and easy way to stay active. Join one the Heart Foundation's walking groups or download their walking app (Apple or Android) and take positive steps to reduce your stress, have a healthy body. 

Read about heart attack warning signs or download the Heart Foundation's Will you recognise your heart attack? fact sheet (PDF 2.2MB). 

If you experience the warning signs of heart attack, call Triple Zero (000) immediately and ask for an ambulance.

Updated:   29 May 2018 / Responsible Officer:  CBE Communications and Outreach / Page Contact:  College Web Team