Women suffer more after heart attacks, study says
Posted on Tuesday, June 10th, 2014 at 3:14 pm
A recent study suggests that women may suffer more extensively after a heart attack than men in the same condition, WUSA9 reported on June 3.
In the findings showed to American Heart Association, researchers suggested that women who have survived a heart attack are likely to suffer from more mental and physical deterioration than men, who recover quicker from the same condition. The researchers surveyed 3,501 people with heart attack history aged 55 and below. Lead author of the study Rachel Dreyer, Ph.D., stressed the importance of the study and the need to improve life for women after they suffer from heart attacks.
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