Canadians took to social media in support of women’s heart health
The University of Ottawa Heart Institute Foundation is set to launch a virtual 30-day physical activity challenge in support of women’s heart health
Hot, humid weather poses significant risks for heat-related injuries, including heat stroke, exhaustion, and cramps, and individuals with cardiovascular disease are at elevated risk
Hospitals around the world are adapting to COVID-19. In the nation’s capital, the community is stepping up to help.
The heart of the angiotensin controversy amid COVID-19: The safety of inhibitors and receptor blockers amid a global pandemic
Scientists investigate the safety of two commonly used classes of medications amid a global pandemic.
Dr. Andrew Crean and his colleagues at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute are studying the potential for CT scan technology as a first step in detecting positive cases of COVID-19
Heart disease is the number one killer of women worldwide, yet women are often understudied, undertreated, and underdiagnosed