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Symptoms, complications, advices—everything you need to know about cardiovascular disease.
Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer among Canadian adults and includes a variety of illnesses that affect the heart and blood vessels. Risk factors include poor diet, physical inactivity, smoking, being overweight and a family history of heart disease.
In Canada, every seven minutes someone dies from a cardiovascular disease.
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Whenever possible, your pharmacist will suggest replacing your brand name drug with a generic drug, which is just as reliable and effective, only more affordable.
Ask your pharmacist for an up-to-date list of your medication and allergies. They’ll also give you a handy folder to keep it in so you can show the list to your doctor or emergency services if needed.
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We often hear talk about "good" or "bad" cholesterol. What is it about exactly?
Eating certain nutrients helps you to stay healthy. Sources of omega-3 are a good example; include them in your diet!
Did you know that, on average, heart attack victims arrive at the hospital 5 hours after the onset of symptoms? Don't take this type of risk!
Do you sometimes feel a pain or a tightening sensation in the chest? This may be angina pectoris.
Would you know what to do if someone went into cardiopulmonary arrest in front of you? Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is within everyone’s reach.
It is a well-known fact that, when a car engine has trouble turning, all of its components are slowed down. The same is true for a person affected by heart failure. A great number of symptoms can be felt daily when one lives with a failing heart.
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