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Kids aren't the only ones back in school. We've filled this month's issue with heart health facts you probably didn't know. Cardiologist Dr. Jay Udell shares what your ears, fingernails and hair can reveal. Also in this issue: Why you shouldn't fear CPR and how breakfast is changing. Plus: Delicious workday lunches that aren't sandwiches.
 
 
 
 
   Research      Lifestyle
 
Ask a cardiologist: Strange heart disease symptoms
 
Ask a cardiologist: Strange heart disease symptoms
What do your ears, fingernails and hairline reveal about your heart health? More than you might think. Dr. Jay Udell provides insight in our regular Ask a Cardiologist column.
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The new healthy breakfast rules
 
The new healthy breakfast rules
Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Dietitian Cara Rosenbloom reviews the latest nutrition research – and what it could mean for your morning meal.
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Fear of performing CPR puts Canadians at risk
 
Fear of performing CPR puts Canadians at risk
If you're like most Canadians, the idea of performing CPR can be downright scary. Here's what you need to know to keep calm and take action.
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Healthy workday lunch recipes
 
Healthy workday lunch recipes
Surprise your taste buds with a week's worth of healthy lunch ideas that are better than sliced bread, courtesy of our recipe partner CanolaInfo.org.
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  Action Plan   Free CPR Training at Mercedes-Benz!
Mercedes-Benz Toronto Retail Group wants to put the brakes on cardiac arrest. Partnering with the Foundation, they are offering free CPR training at their dealerships this fall. Register today to learn this life-saving skill.
 
 

 
  Action Plan   HELP PROTECT FAMILIES ACROSS CANADA.
Join Dr. Roberta Bondar and a team of 90,000 volunteers to raise awareness and funds for life-saving research. Volunteer today.
 
 
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