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Children have a negative impact on physical activity among individuals with heart disease
Date:7/20/2010

an incentive to act. "Since parents serve as models for their children, it's essential that we urge them to be more active so that their family members will do the same. Some of our patients change their lifestyle habits and choose to put health at the centre of their lives. The cardiac rehabilitation program at the MHI's Centre for Preventive Medicine and Physical Activity also called the PIC Centre was designed specifically to help patients integrate exercise into their daily lives," says Dr. Juneau.

The victim of an infarct in 2009, Giorgio Serafin is among those who took part in the 12-week exercise program under the supervision of specialists. He's a living example of a sedentary man who changed his lifestyle to preserve his health. Today, this sexagenarian works out five days a week, and he's also changed the way he eats. Mr. Serafin believes that these changes have combined to give him back his health. His enthusiasm is so contagious that his daughter now trains with him at the PIC Centre.

The Social Networks and Exercise in Coronary Heart Disease Patients study, is a collaboration between researchers at the MHI (all affiliated with the Universit de Montral), Hpital Sacr Cur de Montral and Concordia University.


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Contact: Rachel Ladouceur-Girard
rachel.ladouceur-girard@icm-mhi.org
514-376-3330 x2641
University of Montreal
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