Are immigrants seeking a better life in Canada setting themselves up for
possible premature death?
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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.
Interview - English & Cantonese - Dr. Chi-Ming Chow, Heart & Stroke
Interview - English - Dr. Scott Lear
Interview - English & Cantonese - Patient - Mr. Da Qun Zhu
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