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Women hospital staff working night shifts may be compromising their own health as they try to improve the health of patients, Dr. Joan Tranmertold the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress 2011, co-hosted by the Heart and Stroke Foundation and the Canadian Cardiovascular Society. Continue reading
Health prevention strategies to help Canadians achieve their optimal health potential could add a decade or more of healthy years to the average lifespan and save the economy billions of dollars as a result of reduced cardiovascular disease, says noted cardiologist Dr. Clyde Yancy. Continue reading
Canadian Cardiovascular Congress 2011 opening ceremonies:
Dr. Clyde Yancy will raise the alarm over looming costs of treating heart disease – and recommend a solution which could save billions and add a decade or more to the average lifespan.
Chantal Smyth will talk about the surgery that saved her life and her hopes that research and advancements funded by the Heart and Stroke Foundation will make her next round of surgery less painful and invasive. Continue reading