Heart Attacks in Women Under 55 Harder to Detect, Deadlier

Heart Attacks in Women Under 55 Harder to Detect, Deadlier [Video]

Although chest pain is still the number one sign of a heart attack, doctors are finding that women, and especially younger women, experience a number of other symptoms during a heart attack. Those symptoms include fatigue, nausea, shortness of breath and pain or numbness in the jaw, arms or back.

A new study of more than 1 million heart attack patients showed that women under 55 are less likely to seek medical attention for those atypical symptoms and more likely to die in a hospital from a heart attack than men of the same age.

LINK:  http://yourblackworld.net/2012/02/black-news/heart-attacks-women-55-harder-detect-deadlier-video/



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