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Heart & Stroke 4h
Hey - Do you care for a loved one with a chronic illness? Join us on Saturday, June 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Milton Community Hall for some pampering, including a complimentary lunch and keynote speaker. Register at 902-892-7441 or jenilyn.delong@heartandstroke.ca.
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Heart & Stroke 5h
The challenge starts today in . Make a team of family members, classmates or coworkers and reduce your sugar intake for four weeks. Sign up today to be eligible for prizes.
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Loretta Ryan May 19
Women are under-researched, under-diagnosed, under-treated and over-dying from #1 cause of premature death in women in Canada: heart disease and stroke. Women, like my mother, who died unexpectedly from a heart attack 3 years ago, don’t need to die so early.
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#RideForHeart May 19
Suffering a heart attack at age 40 meant big lifestyle changes for Elana Trainoff. This year, she’s made it her goal to join 18,000 cyclists, runners and walkers at on Sunday June 3. You can too!
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Heart & Stroke May 18
Last day to book your appointment for Activate, a free 6-month program designed to help you prevent the onset of high blood pressure by making small changes. High blood pressure is the #1 risk factor for stroke and a major risk factor for heart disease.
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Amber Belzer May 18
I’m happy that there’s focus on research, education and information on how women differ from men with symptoms & other problems. Care for those who care for others
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Heart & Stroke May 18
53% of women who experience heart attack symptoms have them go unrecognized. It’s .
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BC Government News May 12
Are your trained in CPR? Download the App so you can receive alerts when someone is suffering from cardiac arrest nearby, and potentially save a life like Jamie's. Sign up for free CPR/AED training in on June 1
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Heart & Stroke May 18
Thank you for your unwavering leadership on restricting marketing to kids in Canada with Bill S-228.
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Heart & Stroke May 18
Last day to book your appointment for Activate, a free 6-month program designed to help you prevent the onset of high blood pressure by making small changes. High blood pressure is the #1 risk factor for stroke and a major risk factor for heart disease.
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Heart & Stroke May 17
Replying to @CBoho @SageCreekLRSD
Thank you so much for sharing this! Congratulations to him, and thank you for the support ❤️
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Heart & Stroke May 17
Replying to @FaskenLaw
Great photos! Thank you for the support ❤️
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Heart & Stroke May 17
Replying to @JDAeroTechnical
Thank you for the support! ❤️
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Burnaby RCMP May 17
Great fun for a great cause! & getting set to go out on the to help raise funds for
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Heart & Stroke May 17
Replying to @BishopStrachan
Thank you so much for the support ❤️
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Heart & Stroke May 17
High blood pressure is the #1 risk factor for stroke and a major risk factor for heart disease. Activate is a free 6-month program designed to help you prevent the onset of high blood pressure by making small changes. Get started with Activate, book your appointment by tomorrow!
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Heart & Stroke May 17
Thank you for the support ❤️
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Heart & Stroke May 17
Replying to @LorettaRyan
We are sorry for the loss of your mother, Loretta. Thank you for sharing your story and spreading the message ❤️
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Heart & Stroke May 17
Replying to @JennWattMedia
Looks like fun! Thanks for sharing, Jenn!
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Heart & Stroke May 17
We welcome coming restrictions on e-cigs “These products are highly appealing to youth and we want to make sure that Canadian youth aren’t experimenting and taking up e-cigarettes any more than they are right now.” -
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