Category: Cardiovascular

Edmonton area Primary Care Networks work together to offer a wide range of free, resolution-worthy health classes, online and in-person! Sign up today.

Have one or two fresh ideas about becoming happier, healthier, and more fit in 2023? Our Primary Care Network and other PCNS in the Edmonton area collaborated to offer free, […]

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National Non Smoking Week

It’s national #NonSmokingWeek. 🚭 Quitting smoking is one of the best things someone can do for their health and to reduce the risk of lung cancer. If you need help […]

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Importance of strength training

Posted by on January 12, 2023 in Cardiovascular, Exercise, Health Education, Information

Research shows strength training may enhance your quality of life and improve your ability to do everyday activities. Strength training and building muscle can also: protect your joints from injury contribute […]

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Winter Activities

It can be tough to be active in the winter season, between the colder temperatures, icy sidewalks and shorter daylight hours. But don’t forget – staying #active helps improve your […]

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New Year Resolutions: Anxiety & Support

If you are struggling with feelings of anxiety about the new year, you are not alone. ‘New year, new you,’ has become the motif of the new year discourse all around us. […]

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A new you!

Be proactive — register now for a healthy new you in the new year! Plan ahead to participate in one of the many workshops offered by Alberta Primary Care Networks […]

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Preparing for your next medical appointment

Got health questions? Don’t be shy, ask your doctor. 👨🏻‍⚕️ Here are some questions to bring up at your next appointment: ❓ Should I be screened for anything based on […]

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Heart Disease Risk Reduction

Posted by on August 17, 2021 in Cardiovascular

Heart Disease Risk Reduction by Dr. Keith Barry Alberta Health has developed an online tool to help you calculate your “heart age”. This represents your risk of future heart disease […]

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