Living with coronary heart disease
Cardiac rehabilitation can help you resume a normal life after a heart attack or surgery, and to make lifestyle changes if you need to.
Cardiac catheterisation ('cardiac cath' or 'heart cath’) is a common procedure that lets cardiologists examine or treat the heart and arteries.
Life after a heart attack
Cardiac rehabilitation can help you to recover and resume a normal life as soon as possible after having a heart attack or heart surgery. Find out how to manage after a heart attack.
Heart attack treatments
Too many people lose their lives because they wait too long to get treatment for heart attack. Find out about treatment options for a heart attack.
Congenital heart disease
Congenital heart disease is a birth defect, occurring when a baby is born with a heart that hasn’t formed properly. Some forms of the condition are uncomplicated; others can be very serious. Learn about the differences here.
Amnesia is loss of memory that is usually temporary but can sometimes be permanent. Learn more about what it is, causes and ways to live with amnesia.
Complications of a heart attack
Potential complications arising from a heart attack can vary widely, from mild to life threatening. Find out about complications of a heart attack.
Aortic dissection is a rare but serious condition where there is a tear in the innermost wall of the aorta — the largest artery in the body.
Has your doctor recommended you to have a pacemaker? Find out what it is, who needs it and things to consider before and after the surgery.
5 heart health myths, busted
Heart disease is the leading underlying cause of death in Australia. Knowing how to look after your heart is essential, but there's a lot of misinformation out there.