Only one in five women are aware that heart disease is their greatest health threat, but new campaigns like Go Red for women are trying to get the message out that it’s the number one killer.
When you think of heart disease, you likely think it’s mostly a problem among men. But since 1984, women have died more often.
Even when a woman has a heart related problem, they don’t recognize the symptoms, because they’re sometimes different from men’s symptoms.
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