Matters of the Heart

March 14, 2013   // 0 Comments

by Kate Ferguson Some women still believe that heart disease is more of a man-killer, it's not. A stressed-out, chain-smoking man who eats crappy food and is inundated with work—that is how many women envision heart attack candidates. And although it is true that the prevalence of coronary artery disease among women is lower before menopause, ladies’ risk rise after they go through this change...

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