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TRANSforming the food supply

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Health Canada
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2007

The final report of the Trans Fat Task Force, with recommendations and strategies on how "to effectively eliminate or reduce processed trans fats in Canadian foods to the lowest level possible."

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Love your heart: making the right fat choices for healthy cholesterol

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Canadian Health Network
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2007

Discusses difference between blood cholesterol and dietary cholesterol, the difference between "good" and "bad" cholesterol, the different types of fats, and lifestyle choices to lower your cholesterol.

Report card on health - 2007 report on Canadians' health

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Heart and Stroke Foundation
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2007

Report illuminates the gender gap when it comes to heart disease and stroke. Demonstrates that Canadian women's progress has not kept pace with men's by comparing the number of deaths from heart disease and stroke experienced by women versus men.

Love your heart: making the right fat choices for healthy cholesterol levels

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Discusses blood cholesterol and dietary cholesterol, how to build a balanced relationship between good and bad cholesterol, how to cut out trans and saturated fats, and how to include monosaturated and polyunsaturated fats like Omega-3 in your diet.

The healthy heart kit

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Health Canada, Population and Public Health Branch, Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention and Control
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2003
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Ottawa, ON

Provides information on reducing the risk of heart disease caused by high cholesterol, physical inactivity, smoking, high blood pressure, diabetes, and being overweight.

Heart healthy workplaces: a workplace guide to improve the heart health of employees in the districts of Sudbury & Manitoulin

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Sudbury & District Health Unit
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2002
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Sudbury, ON

Provides guidelines and suggestions to help workplaces implement heart healthy programs and policies.

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WORK.S83 2002

Cardiovascular health: women and heart disease

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Women's Health Matters
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2002
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Toronto, ON

Provides basic medical information about cardiovascular diseases and discusses diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and research. Includes tips for living with heart disease, interactive quizzes, and a glossary.

Women and heart health

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Canadian Women's Health Network
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2001-2005
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Winnipeg, MB

Identifies the unique signs of heart attack in women and lists tips for improving heart health.

Women's Health Matters

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Sunnybrook and Women's College Health Sciences Centre
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Toronto, ON

Offers consumer information, news, and research findings on women's health, diseases, and lifestyle trends.

Women and heart health

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Health Canada, Women's Health Bureau
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1996
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Ottawa, ON

Prepared for the Canada-U.S.A. Women's Health Forum in 1996. Discusses the current situation regarding women and cardiovascular disease. Presents Health Canada's prevention, policy, research and education and social marketing initiatives.

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