We all have a role to play in spreading the word and educating our friends, family and colleagues so we can prevent heart disease! 

Sharing information, encouraging all the women in your life to get heart checked could improve or even save their life.

1 in 4 women die of heart disease in Canada ever year; we need to think of our grandamothers, our mothers, our sisters, our best friends and our daughters. Remember, heart disease has no age, race, religion or socio-economic pacement.
Heart disease is a largely preventable disease. By making changes in your daily habits and understanding your risk factors, you can make a difference to your future health. Practicing Life’s Simple 7 can save your life!

The key to heart disease prevention and risk management are: high cholesterol management, blood pressure control, a healthy diet, being physically active, not smoking, avoiding obesity and diabetes.