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If cardiac arrest stops your heart, your chance of survival is less than five per cent. New Foundation-funded research promises to dramatically improve those odds. Find out how below. Also this issue: Stopping second strokes and managing workplace stress.
 
 
 
 
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How to save more lives from cardiac arrest
 
How to save more lives from cardiac arrest
A massive research effort is pointing the way to dramatically improved survival rates from cardiac arrest. Find out how improved CPR techniques and other interventions could save many more lives.
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6 ways to manage stress at work
 
6 ways to manage stress at work
Stress is a part of life but it shouldn't control your life. These tips can help you manage stress better at your job – and reducing stress can help lower your risk of heart disease and stroke.
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Risk lingers for stroke survivors
 
Risk lingers for stroke survivors
It's long been known that stroke patients are at high risk for a second event within 90 days. But a new study suggests their risk remains high for much longer – and that new prevention strategies could save more lives.
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RECIPE: Chicken with lime, garlic and cashew
 
RECIPE: Chicken with lime, garlic and cashew
Quick and simple enough for a weeknight dinner, this Asian-infused stir fry is delicious any time of year.
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