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Dr. Brett Heilbron

Dr. Brett Heilbron

MD, FRCPC
Cardiologist
Vancouver, BC
Q:

What is cholesterol?

A:

Cholesterol is a waxy substance found in all cells in your body, and is necessary for cell functioning. While some cholesterol is essential for producing some hormones and helps with digestion, too much cholesterol can cause serious health risks.

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How Do You Lower Cholesterol?

Dr. Tony Taylor

Dr. Tony Taylor

MD, EMBA,
Emergency Physician
New Westminster, BC
Q:

How do you do chest compressions with CPR?

A:

An easy rule to remember with chest compression's and CPR is hard, fast and deep. The best way to perform chest compression's is to interlace your hands one on top of the other and place them over the breast bone in the centre of the person's chest.

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How to Do CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)

Dr. Alastair Younger

Dr. Alastair Younger

MB, Ch.B, M.Sc, Ch.M, F.R.C.S.(C), Foot and Ankle
Orthopaedic Surgeon
Vancouver, BC
Q:

What is the treatment for an ankle sprain?

A:

The typical suggestions for treating a sprained ankle include rest, ice, bracing and physiotherapy to allow the tendons and ligaments involved a chance to recover. The majority of ankle sprains are resolved using these treatment options, however some will require surgical repair.

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Ankle Sprains and Orthopaedic Surgery

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