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News release: Bill to restrict junk food marketing to kids may be falling victim to industry bullying

News release: Want to market junk food to kids? There are apps for that

Media opportunity: the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (CCC) – Oct. 20 to 23, Toronto, ON

News release: High stroke impact in low- and middle-income countries examined at Congress

News release: Marijuana use might lead to higher risk of stroke, World Stroke Congress to be told

News release: Canadian-led international study shows huge costs of delayed access to stroke care

News release: Global experts gather in Montreal for opening of 11th World Stroke Congress

News release: New co-chairs bring deep experience to Heart & Stroke advisory council

News release: Heart & Stroke welcomes regulations on plain packaging

News release: Stroke more deadly for women and poses a greater burden

News release: Heart and Stroke welcomes broad overhaul of Tobacco Act

News release: It's time to stop women dying unnecessarily. It's #TimeToSeeRed

News release: Canadian Women’s Heart Health Summit 2018 — April 6 highlights 

News release: Canadian Women’s Heart Health Summit 2018 — April 5 highlights 

News release: Front-of-package nutrition symbol will put health front and centre

News release: A year after friend’s death, Gretzky urges Canadians not to play around with heart health

News release: Monday's highlights from the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress

Media opportunity: The Canadian Cardiovascular Congress from Oct. 21 to 24, Vancouver

News release: Finally off our plates — farewell trans fats

News release: Stroke in pregnant women three times higher than in non-pregnant women

News release: Canadians served opportunity to have their say about healthy eating

News release: Help wanted — needs not being met for Canadians living with stroke

News release: Sticker shock — Canadians projected to pay a steep price for sugary beverages

News release: The food and beverage industry is marketing  our children and youth to death

Celebrity chef and health experts stir up excitement around childhood nutrition