Testing for risk of heart attack or stroke

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Testing for risk of heart attack or stroke

Londoners over the age of 30 are being urged to take an online test - which can indicated whether or not they may be at an increased risk of having a heart attack or stroke.

More than 8,000 people in the capital die from one of the conditions each year, with experts saying many of the deaths could be preventable.

The new test is part of a campaign run by Public health England. London Live spoke to TV's Dr Hillary Jones who told us what's involved in the online test

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