Why Younger Women Are More Likely To Die Of Heart AttacksWe know heart symptoms tend to differ between men and women, but a new study shows why women under age 55 are at special risk of missing a heart attack.
Deputies Go The Extra Step For Heart Attack Victim During BlizzardWith more than a foot of snow on the ground and snow still coming down, a small path needed to be shoveled to get the EMT's gurney inside to transport the victim. Deputies grabbed a shovel and didn't stop.
Is It The Flu? Or Are You Having A Heart Attack?Heart attacks in women can be subtle and sneaky. And a new study shows in younger women, that can be the reason why heart attacks are twice as deadly as compared to a man who is the same age. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains what women need to know, especially those between the ages of 30-55.
To Protect Your Heart, Timing Is EverythingMillions of Americans take a daily aspirin to lessen the risk of a heart attack. But as CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, when you pop an aspirin can make a big difference in how much protection you truly get.
Study: Women Can Be Missing Symptoms Of A Heart AttackChest pain is considered the hallmark symptom of a heart attack, but patients can also experience other kinds of pain, and in some cases, none at all. That's especially true for women, and they can be missing the symptoms.
Younger And DeadlierA new study shows heart attacks don't always announce their arrival with chest pain -- in women and men. And the younger you are, the more likely chest pain will be absent ... and the heart attack deadlier. Dr. Dave Hnida reports on what symptoms could signal big trouble.