The head of the charity warned of “extremely worrying” trends, now threatening to set back decades of progress made tackling the major killer. The British Heart Foundation (BHF) said the number of strokes, cases of heart failure and angina is also set to soar unless radical action is taken to address unhealthy lifestyles. The forecasts are linked to Britain’s diabetes timebomb, which is fuelled by rising rates of obesity.  One in three children are obese or overweight by the time they leave primary school, along with two in three adults. Britain’s obesity epidemic will cause heart attacks to rise by almost 30 per cent within two decades, new forecasts suggest. Within two decades, the number…

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