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Women Have Higher Risk of Fatal Heart Attack than Men

Heart disease isn't just a man's problem -it's also the top killer of women over age 40. In Fact, women have a higher risk than men of dying from a heart attack.
Heart disease isn't just a man's problem -it's also the top killer of women over age 40. In Fact, women have a higher risk than men of dying from a heart attack.

Women often have different heart attack symptoms than Men - from an upset stomach to shortness of breath - and these signs are sometimes overlooked. Hormonal changes during pregnancy and menopause can also impact a woman's risk of heart disease later in life.

This Valentine's Day, care for your heart or the heart of a woman you love. Talk to your doctor or go online and take a free heart risk assessment at www.AbileneREgional.com/heart.
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