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Timeline Photos 23/07/2021

Can you help a dad who had a cardiac arrest outside a London tube station find the two strangers who saved his life?

In November 2018, Ripon was heading home from a Thai boxing class when he collapsed in the street just outside McDonald’s after leaving Highbury and Islington tube station.

Two passers-by jumped into action to perform CPR on Ripon and used a defibrillator to shock his heart back into a regular rhythm.

Thankfully, Ripon has gone on to make a good recovery and is now training for the London Marathon in support of the BHF!

Ripon says he often thinks about the two people who saved him, and what he would say if he had the chance to meet them one day:

“I’d burst into tears and hug them - I don’t think ‘thank you’ is enough to describe how grateful I am for what they’ve done for me and my family.”

Please share this post to help Ripon find his heroes.

Can you help a dad who had a cardiac arrest outside a London tube station find the two strangers who saved his life?

In November 2018, Ripon was heading home from a Thai boxing class when he collapsed in the street just outside McDonald’s after leaving Highbury and Islington tube station.

Two passers-by jumped into action to perform CPR on Ripon and used a defibrillator to shock his heart back into a regular rhythm.

Thankfully, Ripon has gone on to make a good recovery and is now training for the London Marathon in support of the BHF!

Ripon says he often thinks about the two people who saved him, and what he would say if he had the chance to meet them one day:

“I’d burst into tears and hug them - I don’t think ‘thank you’ is enough to describe how grateful I am for what they’ve done for me and my family.”

Please share this post to help Ripon find his heroes.

Timeline Photos 21/07/2021

When we launched The Big Beat Challenge, scientists around the globe responded to the call and came together to form teams of world leading researchers - all with aim of tackling the world's biggest killers.

These teams will now compete for the opportunity to transform an area of heart and circulatory disease research. We believe the chosen project will produce game-changing breakthroughs in the field of heart and circulatory diseases.

For people like Zena, the Big Beat Challenge represents hope. Find out more about the people who inspired our Big Beat Challenge: https://bit.ly/3wWSfyr

When we launched The Big Beat Challenge, scientists around the globe responded to the call and came together to form teams of world leading researchers - all with aim of tackling the world's biggest killers.

These teams will now compete for the opportunity to transform an area of heart and circulatory disease research. We believe the chosen project will produce game-changing breakthroughs in the field of heart and circulatory diseases.

For people like Zena, the Big Beat Challenge represents hope. Find out more about the people who inspired our Big Beat Challenge: https://bit.ly/3wWSfyr

Photos from British Heart Foundation's post 18/07/2021

As we celebrate our 60th birthday we are taking a moment to celebrate our research successes, and what they mean for the many people living with heart and circulatory diseases across the UK.

Learn more about our work and the lives our research has touched.
https://bit.ly/3vA75Lj

Timeline Photos 16/07/2021

This weekend, sisters Amy and Lucy are taking on our Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge in memory of their much-missed Dad, Eddie.

So far, they have raised over £2,600 for our life saving research ♥️

This weekend, sisters Amy and Lucy are taking on our Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge in memory of their much-missed Dad, Eddie.

So far, they have raised over £2,600 for our life saving research ♥️

Timeline Photos 15/07/2021

To celebrate our 60th birthday we’re encouraging you to share the love with someone you care about, with our special edition sharable pin badges.

Laura has chosen to share her pin badge with daughters Florence and Eliza. Three year old Florence was born with a life-threatening heart defect called Transposition of the Great Arteries. At just 12 days old, Florence had open heart surgery to switch the two main arteries around.

Support our life saving research, and show someone how much you care. Buy yours today at: https://bit.ly/3po8wdE

To celebrate our 60th birthday we’re encouraging you to share the love with someone you care about, with our special edition sharable pin badges.

Laura has chosen to share her pin badge with daughters Florence and Eliza. Three year old Florence was born with a life-threatening heart defect called Transposition of the Great Arteries. At just 12 days old, Florence had open heart surgery to switch the two main arteries around.

Support our life saving research, and show someone how much you care. Buy yours today at: https://bit.ly/3po8wdE

Timeline Photos 14/07/2021

Read about the BHF-funded researchers swapping lab coats for lycra this summer!

Inspired by our milestone 60th birthday, 28 BHF-funded scientists have committed to cycle 60 miles on our birthday (July 28th), while others have taken on a longer challenge, setting themselves a target of covering 600 miles throughout the month.

24 year old Cara Trivett is a BHF-funded PhD student at the University of Glasgow and has signed up for the challenge, committing to cycle 600 miles in July.

“I love riding my bike and I am really passionate about promoting healthy lifestyles, especially for women and girls. Beyond the personal challenge of taking part, it’s so great to be able to connect with other researchers and see what they are achieving. They are inspiring me to keep getting out on my bike and keep the pedals turning towards that 600th mile!

I feel very lucky to be a BHF-sponsored student. The continued professional and academic support provided by the BHF, beyond funding projects, is invaluable to me.”

So far the team have raised over £12,000 for our life saving research! Learn more about our 60 year history https://bit.ly/3vA75Lj

Read about the BHF-funded researchers swapping lab coats for lycra this summer!

Inspired by our milestone 60th birthday, 28 BHF-funded scientists have committed to cycle 60 miles on our birthday (July 28th), while others have taken on a longer challenge, setting themselves a target of covering 600 miles throughout the month.

24 year old Cara Trivett is a BHF-funded PhD student at the University of Glasgow and has signed up for the challenge, committing to cycle 600 miles in July.

“I love riding my bike and I am really passionate about promoting healthy lifestyles, especially for women and girls. Beyond the personal challenge of taking part, it’s so great to be able to connect with other researchers and see what they are achieving. They are inspiring me to keep getting out on my bike and keep the pedals turning towards that 600th mile!

I feel very lucky to be a BHF-sponsored student. The continued professional and academic support provided by the BHF, beyond funding projects, is invaluable to me.”

So far the team have raised over £12,000 for our life saving research! Learn more about our 60 year history https://bit.ly/3vA75Lj

Timeline Photos 13/07/2021

Chloe was born with Transposition of the Great Arteries, this was detected at her mum’s 20 week scan.

Chloe was born one week earlier than scheduled and underwent “the switch” procedure when she was just three days old. Thankfully, the surgery was a success and Chloe was able to go home after a week recovering in hospital.

Chloe is now nearly nine months old and continues to amaze her family with how well she is doing and developing.

Speaking about her brave daughter, mum Amy said: “We are so incredibly proud of what Chloe has and is achieving. She’s been such an inspiration to so many people already and touched so many people’s hearts.

You wouldn’t even know that Chloe had been through all of this at only nine months old. She will have to be monitored for the rest of her life, but she is a true heart warrior and she will wear her special scar with pride.”

Chloe was born with Transposition of the Great Arteries, this was detected at her mum’s 20 week scan.

Chloe was born one week earlier than scheduled and underwent “the switch” procedure when she was just three days old. Thankfully, the surgery was a success and Chloe was able to go home after a week recovering in hospital.

Chloe is now nearly nine months old and continues to amaze her family with how well she is doing and developing.

Speaking about her brave daughter, mum Amy said: “We are so incredibly proud of what Chloe has and is achieving. She’s been such an inspiration to so many people already and touched so many people’s hearts.

You wouldn’t even know that Chloe had been through all of this at only nine months old. She will have to be monitored for the rest of her life, but she is a true heart warrior and she will wear her special scar with pride.”

Timeline Photos 11/07/2021

Jackie is fundraising for the BHF in our 60th year by completing a 280 mile virtual run in memory of three relatives.

Jackie lost her mum, Barbara, following a stroke aged 68, and her dad, John, passed away after a heart attack at the age of 64, just before he was due to retire.

Jackie’s sister was also just 55 when she died from a sudden cardiac arrest at home, leaving behind five children. Jackie has other relatives impacted by heart conditions, including her nephew, who has been diagnosed with a hole in his heart.

As Jackie also celebrates her 60th birthday later this year, she felt motivated to take on a challenge in support of the BHF.

We are so grateful to Jackie, and to everyone else who has raised money to support our life saving work.

To learn more about our 60 years of research, head to: https://bit.ly/3vA75Lj

Jackie is fundraising for the BHF in our 60th year by completing a 280 mile virtual run in memory of three relatives.

Jackie lost her mum, Barbara, following a stroke aged 68, and her dad, John, passed away after a heart attack at the age of 64, just before he was due to retire.

Jackie’s sister was also just 55 when she died from a sudden cardiac arrest at home, leaving behind five children. Jackie has other relatives impacted by heart conditions, including her nephew, who has been diagnosed with a hole in his heart.

As Jackie also celebrates her 60th birthday later this year, she felt motivated to take on a challenge in support of the BHF.

We are so grateful to Jackie, and to everyone else who has raised money to support our life saving work.

To learn more about our 60 years of research, head to: https://bit.ly/3vA75Lj

Timeline Photos 10/07/2021

Today heart hero, Jackson, turns three - a milestone for the toddler who was born with a heart condition that left him fighting for life.

Jackson was just four days old when he underwent surgery, as doctors faced a race against time to save his heart, then the size of a 20p piece, after he was born with a rare congenital condition called Shone’s complex.

Jackson, who became a big brother to little sister, Ivy, in May, has since had two more operations to manage the condition.

As the BHF turns 60 this year, we are celebrating many of the research successes we have made to help people and children with heart conditions.

Learn more about our 60 year legacy here: https://bit.ly/3vA75Lj

Today heart hero, Jackson, turns three - a milestone for the toddler who was born with a heart condition that left him fighting for life.

Jackson was just four days old when he underwent surgery, as doctors faced a race against time to save his heart, then the size of a 20p piece, after he was born with a rare congenital condition called Shone’s complex.

Jackson, who became a big brother to little sister, Ivy, in May, has since had two more operations to manage the condition.

As the BHF turns 60 this year, we are celebrating many of the research successes we have made to help people and children with heart conditions.

Learn more about our 60 year legacy here: https://bit.ly/3vA75Lj

Tackling health inequalities 09/07/2021

Tackling health inequalities

We're here to beat heartbreak for everyone. But the reality is, we don’t all have the same level of risk when it comes to the world’s biggest killers.

Our research has shown that Black Africans, African Caribbeans and South Asians in the UK are at higher risk of developing high blood pressure or type 2 diabetes compared with White Europeans.

Bettina has lived through plenty of change, having moved to England from her childhood home in Jamaica. But the biggest change came after a shocking incident forced her to rethink the way she lived her life. Read more about her story: https://bit.ly/3h279i4

Tackling health inequalities Research shows that Black Africans, African Caribbeans and South Asians in the UK are at higher risk of developing high blood pressure or type 2 di...

Timeline Photos 08/07/2021

9 year old Ralph is doing a 10-mile sponsored cycle ride to raise money to buy a life saving defibrillator for his school. 👍

9 year old Ralph is doing a 10-mile sponsored cycle ride to raise money to buy a life saving defibrillator for his school. 👍

Timeline Photos 08/07/2021

This year we’re celebrating six decades of research successes and life saving breakthroughs.

It’s thanks to our dedicated supporters and partners that we’re continuing our vital work to beat heartbreak forever.

To mark our 60th birthday one of our partners, musicMagpie, will donate £1 for every phone or tech item sold or purchased throughout July!

musicMagpie has found the average household has up to 11 unused devices, and by trading in you’ll not only be supporting our life saving work, but you’ll be doing your bit for the planet too.

Learn more about our partnership here: https://www.musicmagpie.co.uk/bhf

This year we’re celebrating six decades of research successes and life saving breakthroughs.

It’s thanks to our dedicated supporters and partners that we’re continuing our vital work to beat heartbreak forever.

To mark our 60th birthday one of our partners, musicMagpie, will donate £1 for every phone or tech item sold or purchased throughout July!

musicMagpie has found the average household has up to 11 unused devices, and by trading in you’ll not only be supporting our life saving work, but you’ll be doing your bit for the planet too.

Learn more about our partnership here: https://www.musicmagpie.co.uk/bhf

Timeline Photos 07/07/2021

When Mal suffered a cardiac arrest, his incredible wife Vicky was able to perform CPR - keeping him alive until the ambulance arrived.

Mal initially thought he was experiencing an episode of heartburn when he returned home from work - but knew something wasn’t right. Vicky was able to perform CPR on Mal for nine minutes, keeping him alive until the ambulance arrived.

He said “I am very lucky Vik was with me at the moment I needed her. She is supporting my recovery after all she has done already. I am very lucky.”

When someone’s heart stops, it’s crucial to start CPR immediately. Learn the skills to save a life here: https://bit.ly/3AwjjaL

When Mal suffered a cardiac arrest, his incredible wife Vicky was able to perform CPR - keeping him alive until the ambulance arrived.

Mal initially thought he was experiencing an episode of heartburn when he returned home from work - but knew something wasn’t right. Vicky was able to perform CPR on Mal for nine minutes, keeping him alive until the ambulance arrived.

He said “I am very lucky Vik was with me at the moment I needed her. She is supporting my recovery after all she has done already. I am very lucky.”

When someone’s heart stops, it’s crucial to start CPR immediately. Learn the skills to save a life here: https://bit.ly/3AwjjaL

Timeline Photos 06/07/2021

For six decades, the BHF has been funding life saving research to treat faulty heart valves.

Chandni is one of many people to have benefited from this work. Diagnosed with heart valve disease at 32 years old, she required open heart surgery to replace a bicuspid valve in the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Thankfully, the surgery was a success, and Chandni is now back at home with her family, back to work, and getting stronger every day. Read more about her story: https://bit.ly/2Th9k8o

For six decades, the BHF has been funding life saving research to treat faulty heart valves.

Chandni is one of many people to have benefited from this work. Diagnosed with heart valve disease at 32 years old, she required open heart surgery to replace a bicuspid valve in the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Thankfully, the surgery was a success, and Chandni is now back at home with her family, back to work, and getting stronger every day. Read more about her story: https://bit.ly/2Th9k8o

Saving lives in an emergency 05/07/2021

Saving lives in an emergency

There are more than 30,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in the UK each year. Throughout our 60-year history we’ve been working to change this.

The first step was to make the emergency equipment that existed in hospitals available to those who collapsed at home, at work, or on the street.

Find out how we’ve been helping to save lives since 1961. https://bit.ly/3x6BzoC

Saving lives in an emergency From pioneering defibrillators in ambulances to CPR training and public access defibrillators, find out how we’ve been helping to save lives since ...

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