Women Still Missing the Message on Heart Disease

Ryan, Ali
September 2001
Heart & Soul;Sep2001, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p50
Presents the results of surveys on heart disease in women in the United States. Insufficiency of knowledge on signs of heart attack; Increase in the number of black women discussing heart disease with doctors; Percentage of women considering heart disease as number one killer of women.


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