In our final article of the year, we’re re-gifting our most loved stories of 2019. We’ve got online health calculators for Jimmy, a SAFARI surprise for Sarah, some ceiling tile “heart work” for Uncle Tom, and more. Our 2019 holiday round-up has something for everyone.
Testing the safety and efficacy of two vascular access routes when performing percutaneous coronary intervention in patients who have suffered a severe heart attack.
Nature-based ceiling art for happier, healthier hearts.
Are cardiac caregivers at elevated risk for CVD themselves?
Can an online calculator really predict your risk of heart attack and stroke?
Cannabis consumption can cause increased resting heart rate, dilated blood vessels, and… broken heart syndrome?
And here’s an extra one of our favourites as a bonus gift to you.
But wait! We’re a bilingual publication, and as such, let’s look back at the articles that topped our Francophone readers’ wishlists.
- Five: Food for Thought about Canada’s Food Guide.
- Four: Breast Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease: More Similar Than You Think.
- Three: Cannabis: It can be a Heartbreaker.
- Two: Six Hot Tips to Keep Your Heart Cool.
- One: Buying Time for Patients with Cardiogenic Shock.
The Beat will be off for the holidays, returning in 2020 with fresh new stories to keep you beating through the New Year.
Have a safe and very merry holiday season.