REPORTS ON CANADIANS' HEART HEALTH
2016 Report on Health: Canada is failing our heart failure patients
This growing and silent epidemic touches almost half of Canadians.
2015 Report: Research holds key to heart disease
The 2015 Heart and Stroke Foundation Report on the Health of Canadians looks back on 60 years of life-saving, ground-breaking research, revealing astonishing improvements in diagnosis, treatments, and outcomes.
2014 Report on health - Creating Survivors
Foundation’s 2014 Report on the Health of Canadians shows more people are surviving heart attacks and strokes, but they face challenges and lack support to thrive to the fullest.
2013 Report on health - Canadians face a decade of sickness in later years
Foundation’s 2013 Report on the Health of Canadians says baby boomers must act now to reduce risk of heart disease and stroke and “Make Health Last”
2011 Report on health - Time crunch is stealing healthy years from Canadians
Canadians are so focused on the here and now that they are losing out on the opportunity to live a full and healthy life, warns the Heart and Stroke Foundation (HSF). Its new survey of of more than 2,000 adults found that even though Canadians know how to protect their heart health, the majority can’t or won’t commit the time to do so.
2011 Report on health - Denial cutting lives short
The Heart and Stroke Foundation's 2011 Annual Report on Canadians' Health warns that nine out of 10 Canadians are jeopardizing the quality and length of their lives. The Foundation found that many Canadians are in denial about their risk factors for heart disease such as being overweight and being physically inactive – risk factors they can manage and control.