|Lundy’s Lane | Niagara Falls Review
With winter in full swing, there’ s no better time to head out and explore all the culinary wonders on Lundy’s Lane, Niagara’s favourite neighbourhood.
Winter Restaurant Week 2017 is taking place Februar…
|Life-saving starts immediately with cardiac arrest | St. Catharines Standard
It’s the kind of training that 14-year-old Malcolm Greenbury hopes he’s never going to have to use.
But the high school student knows that CPR training is a valuabl…
|Heart Niagara wants to hear from you | Niagara Falls Review
Niagara students as young as Grade 5 are showing the potential risk factors for heart disease.
To reduce the rate of heart disease and empower youn…
|Ηeart Niagara offers healthy eating classes | Niagara This Week
There’s no disputing that eating a healthier diet is good for you.
To help those people who are looking to make improvements to their eatin…
|2016 in review: Niagara Falls | Niagara This Week
Proposed transit changes get a bumpy ride, a tradition is revived, ‘Mr. Chippawa’ dies and the province commits to GO Train service for Niagar…
|Blues Prodigy set to play for Heart Niagara event | Niagara This Week
When you think of the blues, instantly the picture of a grizzled veteran musician singing about how his baby is gone. And then there’s Spencer McKenzi…
|Heart Niagara to host physical literacy summit | Niagara This Week
Literacy isn’t just for reading and writing — is also physical.
And Heart Niagara will be hosting the region’s first-ever Niagara Physica…
|New home for Heart Niagara | Niagara Falls Review
Heart Niagara is on the move.
As of July 5, the non-profit agency that delivers community-based healt…
|Remembering Dr. Palmer | Niagara Falls Review
Dr. John Palmer, a family physician in Niagara Falls for more than 45 years, passed away Saturday at the Greater Niagara General Hospita…
|All you need is 15 minutes, once a week. Really? | St. Catharines Standard It’s 9:30 a.m. on a Tuesday and they’ve arrived at the gym for a strength-training workout.
Five machines and 15 minutes later, they’re don…
|Quick action saved heart attack victim | St. Catharines StandardThe familiar crack of his bat connecting with the ball sent Eric Bent rapidly rounding the bases.
The 50-year-old avid baseball fan had score…
|A legacy of health and wellness | Niagara Falls Review
Combined, Drs. John and Lillian Clark collectively shared nearly 90 years of medical practice. “John and Lillian were a constant sourc…
|(Heart) Core Belief | Niagara This Week
Look around and it looks like your average fitness facility with rows of weight machines and treadmills.
But this facility is different. It’s HeartCore, a new program bein…
|Keeping kids heart healthy | Niagara Falls Review
When a Saint Paul student collapsed during class in 2004, science teacher Samantha Booth performed CPR until paramedics arrive…
|Quick action on heart attacks part of chain of survival | Niagara This Week The familiar crack of his bat connecting with the ball sent Eric Bent rapidly rounding the bases.
The 50-year-old avid baseball fan had scored a triple on the Allanbur…
|Heart Niagara serves up kids cooking camp | Welland TribuneHeart Niagara is offering its first summer camp, featuring three half-day programs focused on healthy eating, cooking, CPR training an…|
|NOTL becoming ‘heart-safe’ | Niagara Advance When Yvonne McMorrough heard about the heart-safe program in Niagara-on-the-Lake—the installation of defibrillator…|
|Wainfleet first heart safe community | Welland Tribune Local paramedics have teamed up with ‘Fleeters to create “Niagara’s very first heart safe community,” said Danny Kerr. The Niagara Emergenc…|