For years, cardiologists advised women about their heart health with data and guidelines from mostly male studies. This, we've discovered, often meant misdiagnosing women and treating them incompletely, ineffectively, or too late. We now know that when it comes to heart health, men and women are different. Find out here what every woman should know about her heart health.
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Like heart disease, high blood pressure (also known as hypertension) has always been thought of as a man’s problem—but it just isn’t so. High blood pressure affects one out of every four women and kills significantly more women than men.