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Research is improving recovery and quality of life for Canadians living with heart disease — estimated at more than a million people. Learn about the link between sleep and heart attack recovery, a new grant program that fuels innovation through mentorship, and a step-by-step guide to exercise with heart disease. PLUS: Beat the heat with a naturally sweetened icy fruit dessert.
 
 
 
 
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How sleep affects heart attack recovery
 
How sleep affects heart attack recovery
After a heart attack, your body has a lot of repair work to do. Dr. Tami Martino is working to improve that process by focusing on the critical role of your body's internal clock.
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Exercising when you have heart disease
 
Exercising when you have heart disease
If you're living with heart disease, resuming physical activity can feel daunting. A new guide, developed by experts, shows you how to gradually and safely exercise to add strength and improve recovery.
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Why every researcher needs a trusted mentor
 
Why every researcher needs a trusted mentor
A new grant program pairs experienced and early-stage researchers — and sets the stage for future breakthroughs.
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RECIPE: Icy fruit dessert bowl
 
RECIPE: Icy fruit dessert bowl
The whole family will scream for these treats. Blended frozen fruit gives this ice cream alternative an extra thick texture without all the added sugar.
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