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Discussion 11: Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, and Cancer

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More women now die of heart disease than men, yet cardiovascular research has long focused on men. Why are symptoms different for women present during a heart attack and why they're often missed? Discuss after watching...

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Cardiovascular disease refers to the various types of heart conditions, these including
heart attack and coronary heart disease. This disease is often perceived to be associated more
with men than with women, while, in fact, it kills almost as many women as men annually in
the USA. In spite of increasing awareness in recent decades, only one of two women
recognizes cardiovascular disease as one of the leading causes of death. Although some ...


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