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A renowned researcher believes we already have the know-how to prevent most premature heart disease. And a new international study shows a direct link between your gadgets and your health.
 
 
 
 
   Research      Lifestyle
 
Is your TV making you fat?
 
Is your TV making you fat?
New research shows how owning everyday devices — a TV, car and computer — can affect our health and increase our risk of heart disease and stroke. Lead researcher Dr. Scott Lear believes we should not take this news sitting down.
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A helping hand after heart attack'
 
A helping hand after heart attack
After her heart attack, Jo-Anne Swanson made huge changes to put her health first. But she found few people understood what she had been through, until a new support group changed that.
READ HER STORY >
 
The end of premature heart disease?
 
The end of premature heart disease?
Renowned Heart and Stroke Foundation researcher Dr. Salim Yusuf believes we have the knowledge we need to prevent most heart disease in people under 65. And his solutions are shockingly simple.
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RECIPE: Quinoa Greek salad
 
RECIPE: Quinoa Greek salad
Grain and beans give this satisfying salad a boost of heart-healthy fibre. It’s perfect to make ahead and pack for lunch.
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Isabelle Brasseur Thank you to our volunteers. National Volunteer Week
(April 6-12) may be over, but we couldn’t resist another chance to say thank you to the Foundation's 140,000 volunteers. See how they are all helping create more survivors. Watch the video
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