What’s Your Heart Telling You?
It’s Time to Talk About Cardiovascular Health
Your heart is an incredible organ.
It beats more than 100,000 times a day, keeping your cells nourished and carrying away dangerous waste. Fast or slow, day and night, your heart always knows how to keep the beat strong. What’s not to love?
Most of the time, your heart does such a great job that you don’t even need to think about it. The trouble is, heart health isn’t something you can take for granted. Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death among Canadians—men and women alike. But it doesn’t have to be.
At this year’s Helen Glass Lecture, Dr. Alexander M. Clark shared powerful stories about this vital organ and what you can do to keep your heart happy and healthy.
To see Part 1 of the Helen Glass Lecture CLICK HERE.
To see Part 2 of the Helen Glass Lecture CLICK HERE.
Helen Glass Lecture:
“What’s Your Heart Telling You? It’s Time to Talk about Cardiovascular Health”
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Alexander M. Clark
Dr. Helen Glass
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