Oh Canada! Are immigrants seeking a better life in Canada setting
themselves up for possible premature death?
OTTAWA, Oct. 24 /CNW Telbec/ - On Monday Oct 27 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.
English and Cantonese B-roll will be available through CNW Group - at the
listed times and co-ordinates:
Live Satellite Coordinates (English and Cantonese):
DATE OF FEED: Monday, October 27, 2008
TIME OF FEED: 2:35PM ET
CO-ORDINATES: Anik F2 C
Audio subcarrier 6.2 and 6.8
Downlink frequency 3820 vertical
URL / Download Coordinates:
DATE: Monday, October 27, 2008
TIME: 10:00 AM ET
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Embargo time is 10 a.m. EST. On Monday, October 27.
For further information:
For further information: or interviews: CCC 2008 MEDIA OFFICE, (416)
585-3703 (Oct 26-29); Diane Hargrave, Public Relations, (416) 467-9954,
email@example.com; Congress information and media registration at
cardiocongress.org; After October 29, 2008, contact: Jane-Diane Fraser, Heart
and Stroke Foundation of Canada, (613) 569-4361 ext 273, firstname.lastname@example.org