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heartandstroke Feb 12
Heart disease is the leading cause of premature death for women in Canada. Raise awareness by participating in tomorrow because .
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Amy Johnston Feb 13
Thanks all for today ❤🙏 Want to do more to amplify the message of ? Here are some options: Buy some gear🔗 Attend/Participate in events such as the CWHHS 🔗 Share the 📝 with Friends & Family👍
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Hamilton Health Sciences Feb 13
Staff at Hamilton Health Sciences are celebrating Wear Red Day (Feb. 13th), as well as Heart Health Month, by wearing red to raise awareness of women's heart health in Canada.
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Pulse Cardiac Health Feb 13
Raising awareness of the gap in Women’s ❤️ Health at Kelowna General Hospital. I hope you enjoy the video. It’s quick!!
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Dr. Genevieve Eastabrook MD FRCSC Feb 13
Today is day for raising awareness of ❤️disease in women. Did you know: -❤️disease is the #1 cause of death in women worldwide -❤️attack symptoms in women aren’t “atypical” but rather are the normal manifestations of this entity in 50% of the population (1/2)
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Amanda Nash Feb 13
Women are under-researched, under-diagnosed, under-treated. It’s time for change. So glad to work for and to be part of the panel tonight to help raise awareness about women’s heart health.
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Beth  Ulrich Feb 13
Heart disease & stroke are the #1 killer of women. Learn the signs. “We are not small men”. Our symptoms are different. Today is
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Covenant Health Feb 13
Staff and visitors at the Misericordia’s cardiology outpatient clinic share why they wear red today for women’s heart health.
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Sol Vidal Almela Feb 13
Great participation so far!! Did you know that ❤️ disease is largely preventable by following a healthy and ACTIVE lifestyle? 🏃‍♀️🧗‍♀️🧘‍♀️⛹️‍♀️🏋️‍♀️ I love the handout about symptoms of ❤️ disease in 👩
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Jane Charters Feb 13
could not find a Canadian equivalent video that captures importance of like this one !⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Scott Lear, PhD Feb 13
Wearing red today to raise awareness for .
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Nicole Dubé Feb 13
Women’s heart health was front and centre tonight. Thank you for organizing a panel discussion at the where women could ask questions and learn more about why our risk factors for heart disease are different.
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Carley O'Neill Feb 13
Today is to raise awareness for . What better way to raise awareness than with a sweet treat? Can you spot the atrial fibrillation cookie?
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Amy Yu Feb 13
University of Ottawa Medicine is participating in to spread the word that go unrecognized in women up to 53% of the time. Learn more about signs and symptoms at Because
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The MEHRIT Centre Feb 12
A2. We can raise awareness to support the health and wellbeing of the women in a way by: ⛷️ Leading by example 💏 Having important conversations ❓ Asking questions 🌻 Staying curious, and being open
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Karen Fleming Feb 13
Today is raising awareness women’s heart health! Off to swim with my team this snowy morning! Show me your red today! ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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Kara Nerenberg Feb 13
Wearing red for Canadian Women’s Heart Health. ⁩ ⁦
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BC Place Feb 13
BC Place will glow red today in support of 's campaign to raise awareness about women's heart health ❤️ Did you know heart disease is the number one killer of women in Canada? For more information, visit
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Amy Johnston Feb 13
He wouldn't sit still for me to take his picture, but he was dressed for the occasion!
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Jackie Ratz 🇨🇦 Feb 13
😳 ❤️ Thank you SO for wearing red & raising awareness for women’s heart health... your ongoing support means so much to me... special group of people. This brought tears to my eyes. Miss you all. I’ll be by soon for a lunch & learn.
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