The north-east of Scotland has been revealed as one of the worst regions in the UK for heart disease mortality rates.
Scotland has long been infamous for high levels of heart disease in its population, however a new study by life insurance company British Seniors discovered that the situation is particularly dire in comparison to England, where instances of death from heart disease are comparatively low.
Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and the Western Isles are among the worst offenders north of the border, with the three regions all being among the highest levels in Britain.
Moray, the Highlands, Orkney and Shetland fare relatively better, but are still far worse off than the likes of Angus or Perth and Kinross.
Using data gathered by the British Heart Foundation, the study also revealed that Glaswegians are more likely that people from any other region in the UK to die from the deadly disease.
Have a look through our interactive map to see how your area is for heart disease.