Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the country and its signs and symptoms can be drastically different for women than men.
Knowing the signs of a heart attack and taking action immediately, can mean the difference between life and death.
February is heart month, and this Friday is Go Red for Women Day, a day when women will wear red to raise awareness about heart disease and heart attacks in women.
Tuesday, Sherry Tindall joined Donna. She's the Nurse Manager of the Cardiac Nursing Unit at Bay Medical Center to tell us more about the warning signs of heart attacks in women.
Also, for more information, and a video on heart attack warning signs, check out the you tube link below.
The three minute video can give you a real-life perspective on how heart attacks can happen, even to the most unsuspecting women
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