Women likely to have atypical, invisible heart attack symptoms

05/7/2008 | Yahoo!

Researchers say women may have atypical symptoms or "invisible" blood vessel blockages, which could explain why they tend to get less treatment for heart attacks than men. A study published in the journal Heart of more than 25,000 men and women from 14 countries finds women were twice as likely as men to have normal or acceptable test results despite having a heart attack.

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