Washington: Young women most often have poor health and quality of life compared to men of same age before they suffer a heart attack, new research has claimed.Rachel Dreyer, Ph.D., the study`s lead author and a research fellow in cardiovascular medicine at Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut, said that in comparison with young men, females under 55 years are less likely to have heart attacks, however, when they do occur, women are more likely to have medical problems, poorer physical and mental functioning, more chest pain and a poorer quality of life in the month leading up to their heart attack.
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