Video B-Roll Via On-Demand And Satellite - Oh Canada! Life in Canada is more deadly for immigrants



    
    Are immigrants seeking a better life in Canada setting themselves up for
    possible premature death?
    

    TORONTO, Oct. 27 /CNW/ - The following B-Roll is available at the listed
times and co-ordinates:

    
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    DATE OF FEED:   Monday, October 27, 2008

    TIME OF FEED:   2:35PM ET
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                    Downlink frequency 3820 vertical

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    DATE:           Monday, October 27, 2008
    TIME:           Immediately

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    STORY SUMMARY: Today a Canadian Cardiovascular Congress study reveals
that immigration is a powerful independent risk factor for heart disease.
    This new study finds that immigrants move to Canada with healthy hearts -
but the longer they live in Canada, the more their risk increases, eventually
surpassing that of Canadians of the same ethnic background.

    
    SHOT LIST:

    Interview - English & Cantonese - Dr. Chi-Ming Chow, Heart & Stroke
                Foundation
    Interview - English - Dr. Scott Lear
    Interview - English & Cantonese - Patient - Mr. Da Qun Zhu
    Various B-Roll

    STATIONS, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL: CCC 2008 MEDIA OFFICE AT
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    or dhprbks@interlog.com . Congress information and media registration
    is at cardiocongress.org.

    After October 29, 2008, contact:
    Jane-Diane Fraser, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, (613) 569-4361
    ext 273, jfraser@hsf.ca.

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