Heart failure is a chronic condition, and after diagnosis, it’s something that most people live with for the rest of their lives. It can affect anyone, at any age, and at present, more than half a million Canadians have heart failure, as reported by the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research. There are several different
Upon first consideration, you may think that heart health and mental health have no connection. However, your mental health can affect your heart, and your heart health can, too, affect your mental wellbeing. An article published by Harvard Health in 2018 reported that individuals living with depression or anxiety are more prone to developing cardiovascular
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