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PREVENTION BETTER THAN CURE: Despite the increased incidence of death from heart attacks in women, stopping the smoking habit while controlling the risk factors and managing depression can help women avoid heart attacks.

Heart attacks deadlier to women

More women than men die after a heart attack; understanding the reasons and taking proper measures can help reduce the risks
Mar 5, 2016 5:50 AM

IT IS a common perception that heart attacks affect mainly men. However, in the last three decades, death from heart attacks has been consistently higher in women than men in the United States yearly.

Women are worse off

Whether within one year or five years after

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