Women experiencing a heart attack may have other symptoms

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1 comment:

  • PMMFLA posted at 7:29 am on Tue, Nov 26, 2013.

    PMMFLA Posts: 1

    Thank you for the article. My mother suffered an attach and did not know it, because she was not aware that women had different symptoms. She survived her attach and has since been telling all her women friends the symptoms to watch for. Thank you again.

     

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