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2014/09/19 17:10
2014/09/19 17:10
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Isabel Albrecht, a member of the Nanaimo Curling Centre, was curling Jan. 31, 2011, when she experienced severe pain and was taken to the emergency department. While it took some testing, it was...
2014/09/19 17:10
2014/09/19 17:10
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2014/09/19 01:21
2014/09/19 01:21
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It's all about breaking a world record. That was the advice 1984 Olympic bronze medallist boxer Dale Walters had for the current men's national lightweight rowing squad. Looking to spark some...
2014/09/18 16:28
2014/09/18 16:28
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The Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation has gone back to school for its next president and CEO. Jeff Norris is the foundation's new head, succeeding former president and CEO Adrienne Bakker, who left...
2014/09/18 01:45
2014/09/18 01:45
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Case Hems believes there needs to be a shakeup at the council table in order to have positive change. “My goal in 2015-2016 is to work on a 0% tax raise,” he said. “There's got to be certain areas...
2014/09/16 05:48
2014/09/16 05:48
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Gino Donato/The Sudbury Star Steve Underhill, right, an advanced care paramedic with the City of Greater Sudbury's Paramedic Services, shows Bryan Hickey and Melanie Lapalme the finer points of...
2014/09/16 00:37
2014/09/16 00:37
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Developed by the Heart and Stroke Foundation, the annual Living with Stroke program offers people recovering from a stroke and their caregivers tools for coping with changes that happen after a...
2014/09/15 18:39
2014/09/15 18:39
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There’s been a major development in heart disease management. Still at the experimental stage, a drug known only as LCZ696 is gaining widespread attention. “We haven’t seen a breakthrough like this...
2014/09/15 14:34
2014/09/15 14:34
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INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERSLemony red quinoa and chickpea salad. Picture: Matthews Baloyi September is Heart Awareness Month. Angela Day’ slow-fat recipes will help you put meals on the table that...
Angela Day
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2014/09/15 09:21
2014/09/15 09:21
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NOT all heart attacks dramatically begin with a piercing chest pain or a sudden pause in breathing and not everyone having a heart attack has typical symptoms showing it. It’s been recently reported...
Joan Rivers
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2014/09/14 06:57
2014/09/14 06:57
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SCOTLAND – Dan Houssar is channeling his wealth of experience gained from organizations in Brant and Brantford into a run for county council. Houssar, a candidate in Ward 4, says that experience and...
2014/09/12 01:37
2014/09/12 01:37
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The Heart & Stroke Big Bike team event will be staged in Grande Prairie Sept. 13-17, and nine groups have registered to pedal a two-ton, 30-seat bike around the area to raise awareness. “Our vision...
2014/09/12 00:17
2014/09/12 00:17
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The public is invited to take part in the Kamloops Motorcycle Toy Run on Sunday, Sept. 14, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Kiwanis Club of Downtown Kamloops-sponsored event will begin at Aberdeen Mall...
2014/09/11 01:00
2014/09/11 01:00
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Vera Nelson Vera Kathleen Nelson (nee Nuhn), loving wife, mother and grandmother, passed away peacefully at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital on Saturday, July 27, 2013 after a lengthy battle with...
2014/09/10 01:39
2014/09/10 01:39
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The Heart and Stroke Foundation is calling on the federal government to set limits on the amount of sugar manufacturers can add to their products and on consumers to avoid sugar-sweetened...
2014/09/09 22:20
2014/09/09 22:20
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OTTAWA — The feds aren't interested in taxing sugar, despite the Heart and Stroke's suggestion that adding 50 cents to every litre of soft drink would trim Canadian waistlines. A study released by...
2014/09/09 19:00
2014/09/09 19:00
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Chet Greason cgreason@stratordgazette.com After a career spent in the education and social service sectors, Lorraine Butson is ready to take a run at politics. She’s submitted her name as a candidate...
2014/09/09 13:08
2014/09/09 13:08
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For several Edmonton parents, the work being done by University of Alberta researchers Po-Yin Cheung and Georg Schm-lzer could not be more meaningful. Cheung and Schm-lzer's efforts are focused on the...
2014/09/09 07:48
2014/09/09 07:48
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Luncheon: The ParkSide Centre on Durham Street will hold a luncheon 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Entertainment by Fred Burnham, The Singing Cowboy. Admission is $7. Craft show: St. Benedict Alumni Craft Show 2014....
2014/09/08 18:20
2014/09/08 18:20
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A win for former federal cabinet minister Jim Prentice during this weekend's Progressive Conservative leadership vote could mean the return of a familiar face to Edmonton politics. Former Edmonton...
2014/09/05 16:12
2014/09/05 16:12
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The Chatham woman has stepped down from running the program that organizes volunteer shovellers to clear snow from sidewalks and driveways for local seniors. However, she has been unable to find...
2014/09/19 17:10
2014/09/19 17:10
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