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Published on: April 1, 2018
by Women’s Brain Health Initiative:
Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death in Canada. The risk of heart disease, specifically, increases as we age and this is especially true for women over 55.
On April 24 join Women’s Brain Health Initiative and AGE-WELL to discover the best ways to mitigate your risk of developing cardiovascular diseases through healthy living now.
Featuring cardiologist Dr. Heather Ross and scientist Dr. Azadeh Yadollahi.
This event is part of the MIND MATTERS: WOMEN’S BRAIN HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY series and will be recorded and made available online.
For tickets visit mindmatters_hearthealth
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