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During a heart attack, women are more likely to present without pain, or with uncharacteristic symptoms. One evening, you tune in your favourite medical drama. As the scene opens, the calm of the hospital is shattered when a patient grabs their chest and collapses to the floor. The impossibly good-looking medical team rush in and work feverishly to save the heart attack victim. In your mind did you picture a man or a woman having the heart attack? Most people associate heart attacks with men. But cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death globally for both sexes, …
14.02.2019 · From The_Conversation_Canada