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Will a Fitness tracker Change your Life?

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Will a Fitness tracker Change your Life?
It’s no secret, physical activity has been linked to better health outcomes in older adults.

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Measuring Your Blood Pressure at Home is Better Than the Doctor's Office

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Measuring Your Blood Pressure at Home is Better Than the Doctor's Office

Over half of Canadians' over the age of 60 have hypertension (high blood pressure).

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September - AFIB Awareness Month

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September - AFIB Awareness Month

September is Atrial Fibrillation awareness month. 

Atrial Fibrillation is a kind of arrhythmia that affects the electrical signals of the top two chambers of the heart. This can cause the heart to beat very quickly.

You can now monitor your blood pressure and screen for AFIB at home with the BIOS Precision Series 10.0 Blood Pressure Monitor.

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BIOS DIagnostics Recognized by Hypertension Canada

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BIOS DIagnostics Recognized by Hypertension Canada

BIOS Diagnostics has had a longstanding commitment to the prevention and control of hypertension in Canada, offering validated, accurate measurement, and by using our reach to encourage millions of Canadians to measure and “know their numbers”. We have been taking care of Canadians for over three generations, and pride ourselves on being recognized as a champion of hypertension prevention and control. In October of 2017 BIOS Diagnostics was presented with the Hypertension Canada Certificate of Excellence. BIOS played a critical role in 2017 World Hypertension Day, facilitating screening at community pharmacies across Canada, as Hypertension Canada's first device-sector sponsor. During World...

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World Hypertension Day - May 17th 2018

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World Hypertension Day - May 17th 2018

EVERY 7 MINUTES A CANADIAN DIES FROM HEART ATTACK OR STROKE. Hypertension is billed as the largest epidemic known to mankind; frequently called the silent killer it is the leading cause of death worldwide. Hypertension – or abnormally high blood pressure – affects 7.5 million Canadians and 9 out of 10 people will develop high blood pressure in their lifetime. If left untreated it leads to heart attack, stroke, dementia and erectile dysfunction. It is a serious medical condition affecting every family in our community. May, 17 2018 is World Hypertension Day Join us as we strive to promote public awareness of...

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