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New data reveals Tasmanians are not doing enough to get their cholesterol levels in check, with Cardiologist Dr Warrick Bishop warning people about the increased risk of a heart attack or stroke.

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Well-known Australian cardiologist Dr. Warrick Bishop has crossed the globe to deliver a powerful TED Talk about the perfect storm that is costing lives and how it can be stopped.

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In this article, Dr Bishop discusses how this is a good time to start talking about Atrial Fibrillation.

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Although the world's focus is on COVID-19, people who suffer a heart condition should continue to treat and manage their circumstances as a priority.

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Dr Warrick Bishop, author of "Know Your Real Risk of Heart Attack” shares a personal story of how current assessment for heart attack risk is not good enough and how we must do better.

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Dr Warrick Bishop, author of "Know Your Real Risk of Heart Attack” shares a personal story of how current assessment for heart attack risk is not good enough and how we can do better. Cardiac CT imaging can bring precision to prevention and save lives

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In this article, Dr. Warrick explains how looking fit and healthy does not mean having a healthy heart.

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Doctor Warrick Bishop explains why everyone with high cholesterol should NOT be taking statins, who should be taking aspirin, and why Atrial Fibrillation is a growing problem.

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Did you know that atrial fibrillation (AF) kills three times as many people as car accidents each year in the western world? The cost per person is greater than that for cardiovascular disease and osteoarthritis, and is twice that of obesity. Yet many people don't even know they have it!

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What would a cardiologist tell his grandchildren about living a long and healthy life?

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