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Safety Tips & Resources
 
Identify the risks and get tips on workplace safety, emergency preparedness, seasonal safety and more, with St. John Ambulance resources designed to go hand-in-hand with our first aid training courses.
 
 
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    Les femmes qui fument courent un plus grand risque de crise cardiaque que les femmes du même âge non-fumeurs .…

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    Women who smoke have a higher risk of having a heart attack than non-smoking women of the same age. #HeartMonth…

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    Every hour about 12 Canadians over 20 years old diagnosed with a #heartdisease die. Early detection of high blood p…

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    Chaque heure 12 Canadiens diagnostiqués d'une maladie du cœur décèdent. La détection précoce de l'hypertension arté…

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    Les maladies cardiaques et les accidents vasculaires cérébraux sont 2 des principales causes de décès chez les femm…

  • SJA Canada  @SJA_Canada
    Heart disease and stroke are leading causes of death among women in Canada. More women than men die from heart dise…

  • SJA Canada  @SJA_Canada
    Les femmes âgées de 45 à 74 ans sont environ 1,3 fois plus susceptibles de mourir d'une crise cardiaque.…

  • SJA Canada  @SJA_Canada
    Women aged 45 to 74 years old are about 1.3 times more likely to die from heart attack. #HeartMonth…

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    #TipTuesday: #Angina occurs when the blood supply feeding the heart muscle becomes limited due to narrowed, damaged… https://t.co/VcfvN6yxKg

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    #tiptuesday #Angina occurs when the blood supply feeding the heart muscle becomes limited due to narrowed, damaged,…

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    #HeartDisease is the second leading cause of death after cancer in #Canada. Learn #FirstAid to #SaveALife…

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    Smoking triples the risk of dying from heart disease and stroke in middle-aged men and women. #HeartMonth…

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    Estimates suggest there are up to 70,000 #heartattacks in #Canada each year. Do you know the signs and symptoms? Le…

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    It is estimated that only 5% of #Canadians survive a cardiac arrest outside of a hospital. Do you know what you wou…

  • SJA Canada  @SJA_Canada
    Up to 85% of cardiac arrests occur outside of hospitals in public places or in homes learn…

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    By adopting healthy behaviours, you can delay the onset of heart disease or stroke by as much as 14 years…

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    Une #CriseCardiaque signifie que le cœur cesse de battre correctement. Sans circulation dans le cerveau, vous ne ré…

  • SJA Canada  @SJA_Canada
    #CardiacArrest means the heart stops beating properly. With no blood flow to the brain you become unresponsive and…

  • SJA Canada  @SJA_Canada
    Toutes les 7 minutes, une personne meurt d'une maladie cardiaque ou d'un accident vasculaire cérébral (2011). Appre…

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    One person every 7 minutes dies from heart disease or stroke (2011). #LearnFirstAid to #savealife #HeartMonth…