A recent study of close to 200,000 men and women found that shorter people are at higher risk of coronary artery disease than their taller counterparts
Breaking up long periods of sitting is as important for our health as regular exercise
A vision for “CVD Prevention and Rehabilitation in the 21st Century”.
News from the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress 2014: Long-term weight gain found to trigger the first step in the development of arterial disease, independent of other risk factors.
A Harvard University study illustrates the human cost of our over-developed taste for salt.
First-ever Canadian survey of women’s attitudes and knowledge about heart disease reveals major gaps between what they know and what they think they know.
How one patient discovered her congenital heart condition through her pregnancy and how staying vigilant avoided serious consequences again 10 years later.
New research indicates the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids may not be as clear as once thought.