Despite popular belief, heart attacks affect both men and women nearly equally. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 24.4 percent of all male deaths and 22.3 percent of all female deaths in 2015 were caused by heart disease. But what can be different for each of the sexes are the early warning signs you might experience. And according to doctors, there are a few heart attack symptoms that are more common in women than in men. Read on to see which red flags you need to be aware of.
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