Heart disease now a serious medical problem for women

09/30/2003 | SeattlePI.com

Heart disease now kills more women than men, according to a new international study. Although smoking and obesity play the same role in women's heart disease as they do in men's, living longer poses special problems for women as they lose the protection of estrogen after menopause.

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