Mar 16

Megan Ray

By MD for Seniors

Heart attacks are scary for everyone involved. Despite rising risk of heart disease and, by extension, this condition in the U.S. in recent years, recent research findings have revealed that some women may be more reluctant to seek medical attention for symptoms that could point to an impending heart attack than others.

It should go without saying that waiting too long to get help for what could be a potentially fatal condition can have disastrous medical consequences. Why are people tending to sit on troubling symptoms for longer, and what can be done to help seniors and other at-risk individuals live …read more

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