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Heart and Stroke Newsletter
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  This month from the
  Heart and Stroke Foundation
 
 
Stroke is a medical emergency that requires immediate action. But too few Canadians recognize the signs of stroke and know what to do, according to our 2015 Stroke Report. Plus, one family's incredible story shows how knowing the signs of stroke can literally save a life.
 
 
 
 
   Research      Lifestyle
 
Would you recognize a stroke?
 
Would you recognize a stroke?
Our new poll shows almost half of Canadians do not know the signs of stroke. Make sure you're not one of them. Our 2015 Stroke Report explains the signs and why everyone should know them.
SEE THE REPORT >
 
One family, two survival stories
 
One family, two survival stories
Within nine months of each other, Tom and his stepmother Rose both endured life-threatening strokes. Thanks to Heart and Stroke Foundation research and advocacy, both are doing well and sharing their stories.
SEE THEIR STORIES >
 
 
Putting stroke on ice
 
Putting stroke on ice
Time is critical when treating stroke. Two Foundation-funded researchers are trying to buy patients more time by cooling different parts of the brain after stroke. Success would prevent stroke damage in thousands of Canadians.
SEE THE RESEARCH >
 
 
 
RECIPE: Cobb salad with tangy citrus dressing
 
RECIPE: Cobb salad with tangy citrus dressing
A healthy and refreshing meal on a hot summer day, this salad is also perfect for a potluck. Save time by mixing the dressing and chopping the vegetables a day ahead.
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