Heart attacks more deadly for women than men

[WCCO-AM, February 04, 2016] Some scary health news for women - they fare far worse than men after a heart attack. One in three women die of heart disease or stroke, yet it is 80 percent preventable. For National Wear Red Day, which is dedicated to educating women about their risks and symptoms, Dr. JoEllyn Abraham, a physician at Minneapolis Heart Institute at Abbott Northwestern, shared the latest research on women and heart disease.

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