Smog declared a serious heart disease risk
New research shows air pollution is a serious heart disease risk. During the
hot, hazy days of summer - otherwise known as primetime smog season - learn
how you can protect your heart health.
Cholesterol is a soft waxy substance manufactured by human and animal bodies.
Diabetes is when the body can't process sugar properly.
People who are overweight or obese are at risk of developing high blood pressure,
high blood lipids and diabetes - all of which put them at high risk of cardiovascular
or heart disease.
Smoking is a dangerous health hazard for teenagers. It is the single most important
cause of preventable illness and premature death for Canadians.
Your blood pressure is the measure of the pressure or force of circulating
blood against the walls of your blood vessels.
Regular aerobic physical activity is a great asset to keeping your heart healthy
and leading a healthy lifestyle.