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Cardiac arrest can strike without warning – even in someone young, fit and healthy. But what if we could predict who's at risk? Learn how Foundation-funded research could make that a reality. Also this issue: A cardiologist talks about flu shots.
 
 
 
 
   Research      Lifestyle
 
Stopping cardiac arrest
 
Stopping cardiac arrest
It's a tragic yet familiar news story – when a young, healthy athlete suddenly collapses and dies. Dr. Andrew Krahn is working on tests that could help determine who is at risk for sudden cardiac arrest, and stop it before it strikes.
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Ask a cardiologist: Do you need a flu shot?
 
Ask a cardiologist: Do you need a flu shot?
The flu shot can protect you from aches, pains and sniffles. But what does it mean for your heart? Dr. Jay Udell shares the surprising answers in our new column, Ask a cardiologist.
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Women ignore heart attack signs
 
Women ignore heart attack signs
When heart attack signs strike, every second counts. But new findings show women ignore the signs more often than men, delaying the medical attention that can save their lives.
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RECIPE: Cobb salad with citrus dressing
 
RECIPE: Cobb salad with citrus dressing
Summer may be a distant memory, but a hearty dinner salad is a great way to keep up your veggie intake. This colourful Cobb salad is packed with something everyone will love.
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