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FAST – Recognize the Signs

Click here for article… http://www.heartandstroke.ca/FAST For French… www.fmcoeur.ca/VITE

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Health Report Warns of Caregiver Stress

Click here for report… http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2015/01/22/mental-health-report-warns-of-caregiver-stress-suicide-rates.html

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RONA Sponsors SSAO – 5% Discount to You!!!

  RONA and SSAO are pleased to announce the RONA Donation Card. Use this Card and receive 5% discount and a matching donation is made to SSAO. For more information …

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Study to Understand How Couples Construct Their Marital Relationship After Stroke

Presentation on Couples Have_you_or_your_spouse_had_a_stroke University of Alberta Study Project – study to understand how couples construct marital relationships after stroke

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Stroke Patients are Getting Younger in Canada – Global News

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New blood thinner easier to use

CBC News, Monday, November 8th, 2010 See the original article here People with a heart rhythm problem could be treated with a drug that is safer and easier to use …

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Heart to heart with Dr. Paul Dorian

(NC)—Matters of the heart are not to be taken lightly, especially when your health is on the line. But what if you or a loved one is at risk for …

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Missing the beat: Living with atrial fibrillation

(NC)—The steady beat of our heart; it’s something that just happens for most of us, every second of every day. But what if your heart felt like a car engine that …

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Listen to your heart: Atrial fibrillation patient urges others to be attentive to this serious heart related condition

(NC)—Penny Lang never gave much thought to the fluttering feeling she felt in her chest every now and again. Like many others, she attributed the feeling to stress. That is, …

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Canada Ranks Near the Bottom of Developed Countries In Providing Public Access to New Drug Treatments, Says New International Study

Toronto, September 15th, 2008 – A first of its kind comprehensive study by Wyatt Health Management shows that Canada ranks near the bottom of developed countries when it comes to …

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