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New! Report on Health highlights heart failure
Heart failure affects 600,000 Canadians, and another
50,000 will be diagnosed this year. Read the Foundation’s 2016 Report on the
Health of Canadians to learn more about this devastating condition — and the
research that could one day bring a cure.
See the report here.
Give your heart health a
Reignite your heart health
motivation with the new <30 Days app. The redesigned app, generously
supported by Desjardins Insurance and Shoppers Drug Mart, delivers a pocketful
of motivation with small actions that target your personal heart disease
and stroke risk factors. Get the app.
Thank you to
Saskatoon Media Group for its support of Heart Month 2016.
Show your heart and brain some
Follow our blog to discover the latest research updates, healthy recipes
and health news you can trust, at Blog.heartandstroke.ca.
SPACES ARE FILLING
Don’t miss this powerhouse
lineup of presentations on what’s new and what the future holds for
resuscitation and first aid. The Canadian Emergency Care Conference will be
Feb 22 – 24 in Toronto. Learn more and register
New! The free online Heart&Stroke Risk Assessment now
includes a Life Expectancy Calculator. Take the quick questionnaire and find
out which healthy changes will add years to your life. Try it today.
Eat healthier and support the
The Get Enough Helper App from Dairy Farmers
of Canada helps you make sure you’re meeting recommended servings
from Canada’s Food Guide. Plus, for each day you use the App, Dairy
Farmers of Canada will donate $1 to the Foundation. Get the App now.
Working together for a healthier Canada
The Heart and Stroke Foundation is proud to be one of 16 national health charities that form Healthpartners. This unique partnership successfully mobilizes workplace giving directed at improving the health of all Canadians. Learn how you can help
Regina school proves JUMP can be fun for students of ALL abilities
A high-energy JUMP event at Regina’s Jean Vanier School showed that, with some creativity, the JUMP program can be adapted to be inclusive of all students. Read more here.
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