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TMCNet:  Video B-Roll available via CNW - Stroke risk IS within our control, despite what Canadians believe

[February 11, 2013]

Video B-Roll available via CNW - Stroke risk IS within our control, despite what Canadians believe

TORONTO, Feb. 11, 2013, 2013 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX) -- The following video is available by satellite or by CNW's Video On-Demand web download: STORY SUMMARY: During this time of year, when many Canadians are planning for their financial future, a new online program - the Health RRSP (Reduce the Risk of Stroke Plan) - makes it easy for Canadians to also invest in the future of their health and the health of their loved ones. This can start with a simple conversation with their doctor - a critical step that about 80 per cent of Canadians are not taking.

SHOT LIST: -- Dr. Alan Bell walks down the hallway of a hospital, sits at his desk and uses computer to browse website at -- Dr. Alan Bell MD CCFP, Assistant Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto -- Family member David browses website at -- David, concerned family member Satellite Feed Coordinates: TIME OF FEED: 9:00 AM EST to 9:15 AM EST REPEAT OF 12:00 PM EST to 12:15 PM EST FEED: 02/12/2013 DATE OF ANIK F2 C03 111.1 degrees west FEED: Transponder: 3B CO-ORDINATES: DownLink Freq: 3820 V KU-Band 36 MHz WEB Video Preview and Download link: packageid=691 TIME OF POSTING: 8:00 AM EST DATE OF 02/12/2013 POSTING: All video can be viewed by clicking on the link. Broadcast quality video is available for download by accredited journalists. Please contact for access.

STATIONS, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL: Jeanelle Frampton Environics Communications 416-969-2670 For technical information DURING the satellite feed or for assistance with Video On-Demand, please contact CNW or (416) 863-5612.

CNW Video On-Demand provides free, secure and easy-to-use broadcast quality material direct from our website to accredited journalists worldwide.

This material is offered for free and unrestricted news use.


SOURCE: Boehringer Ingelheim Canada Ltd.

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SOURCE: CNW Broadcast Services SOURCE: CNW Video Services CNW VIDEO SERVICES, TORONTO (416) 863-5612

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