Women Have Fewer Heart Attack Symptoms

Analyzing more than one million patients admitted to U.S. hospitals with confirmed myocardial infactions between 1994 and 2006, researchers found that almost 40% more women had not experienced chest pain at diagnosis, and they had a 42% higher chance of dying in the hospital. It was the youngest women patients who were most likely to…

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Signs or Symptoms: Do You Know the Difference?

It's easy to understand once you get the picture! A sign is something that you or your doctor can see. Signs are objective. A red rash on your skin is a sign. Deformed fingers as you see in arthritis are signs. When your doctor tells you that you look pale, that is a sign. A…

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