When younger adults show up in the emergency room with chest pain, women wait longer to be seen and get less attention than men, according to a study.
Menstrual Cycle Length Near Menopause Could Predict Heart Risk
Changes in the length of a woman’s menstrual cycle in the years just prior to menopause can offer clues to their risk of developing heart disease.
Self-compassion Reduces Heart Risk for Middle-aged Women
Middle-aged women who practice self-compassion may have a reduced risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
Younger Women 44% More Likely to Have Ischemic Stroke Than Men
Women 35 years old and younger were more likely to have an ischemic stroke than younger men, a review of a dozen studies shows.
Pregnancy With Infertility Treatments May Increase Risk of Vascular Complications
Researchers advise clinicians to educate patients about the risks associated with ART when they provide pre-pregnancy counseling