Heart Attacks Are Different in Women – and It's Time We Treat Them That Way

Heart Attacks Are Different in Women – and It's Time We Treat Them That Way
As physicians, we've known for years that heart attacks in women can be very different than those in men. Many women present with non-traditional symptoms – like jaw or shoulder pain – or no symptoms at all. There are differences in the causes and …
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Early signs and symptoms of heart disease
Coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure and heart attacks (each type of heart disease) all require different treatment but may share similar warning signs. Recognizing these warning signs and being able to get medical treatment can be the …
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A twist on the genetic link between Alzheimer's and heart disease
There is no cure, and available treatments alleviate symptoms only temporarily. An estimated 5.3 million Americans currently have Alzheimer's disease, yet this brain disorder is far less common than heart disease. More than 85 million people in the …
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