For heart attacks, silent can be deadlier

Research revealed in the medical journal Chest says one in 12 patients does not have typical symptoms when having a heart attack. Heart-attack victims who don't show symptoms of severe chest pain -- often women, seniors or those with chronic conditions -- are 10 times more likely to be misdiagnosed and also more likely to die of a heart attack.

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