The University of Ottawa Heart Institute Foundation is set to launch a virtual 30-day physical activity challenge in support of women’s heart health
Hot, humid weather poses significant risks for heat-related injuries, including heat stroke, exhaustion, and cramps, and individuals with cardiovascular disease are at elevated risk
Hospitals around the world are adapting to COVID-19. In the nation’s capital, the community is stepping up to help.
The heart of the angiotensin controversy amid COVID-19: The safety of inhibitors and receptor blockers amid a global pandemic
Scientists investigate the safety of two commonly used classes of medications amid a global pandemic.
Dr. Andrew Crean and his colleagues at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute are studying the potential for CT scan technology as a first step in detecting positive cases of COVID-19
Heart disease is the number one killer of women worldwide, yet women are often understudied, undertreated, and underdiagnosed
Top experts gathered in Ottawa last week to discuss the latest ideas, evidence and research in clinical smoking cessation approaches
The Beat will be documenting this year’s Congress straight from the source