Women more prone to heart attack without chest pain, study finds

02/22/2012 | Reuters

An analysis of medical records of more than 1.1 million heart attack patients hospitalized from 1994 to 2006 showed 42% of women did not experience chest pain or discomfort after having a heart attack, compared with 31% of men. Women were also more likely to die while still in the hospital.

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