Chances are, you know a woman affected by heart disease. The most common type of heart disease is coronary artery disease, which affects the blood flow to the heart and can cause a heart attack.
In honor of Heart Month, take a few minutes to learn how different heart attack symptoms can be for women compared to men.
The statistics are staggering — heart disease kills a woman every minute, making it the number one cause of death for females. Long thought to be something that affects men more than women, heart attacks
One of the most frightening experiences for anyone to endure is the onset of a heart attack. Many people ignore the signs and are unaware of the severity of what is happening. According to the
Texas Health Resources is a proud sponsor of the 2014 Go Red for Women campaign. We often share personal stories of several North Texas women who have faced heart disease and the inspiration they have become. If
In the late ‘90s, I was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation, but my medication had it under control. Then on January 18, 2007, I had a funny feeling in my chest. It was kind of like
“It’s just stress!” I said. It was a 95 percent blockage. I was at the doctor’s office for a physical. I had a lot of stress going on in my life, but something just made
It’s always important to take time to bring awareness of heart and cardiovascular disease because it is the leading cause of death for both men and women — particularly those over age 50. “It’s critically
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women in the United States — claiming more lives than all forms of cancer combined. That includes an average of 64 women in Texas every day. “Heart
A second stent procedure helped Donna Goodson make the most of cardiac rehabilitation. For years, Donna Goodson, 66, of Euless, experienced a cascade of bad luck: the deaths of her parents, stomach and back trouble,