Heart Attacks Are Different For Women—What to Look Out For

No one ever expected Helen Brady, a healthy and active 59-year-old woman, to suffer a heart attack. Dr. S. Jacob Scheinerman, chairman of cardiovascular and thoracic surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital, discusses Helen’s case and explains how heart attack symptoms can be different—and sometimes, even absent—in female patients.

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