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Women face some unique risks for heart disease. Here are symptoms to look out for. - CBS News

Heart disease is typically thought of as a male disease, but it’s also the leading cause of death for women, killing nearly 420,000 women in the U.S. each year. Understanding the risk can help women take steps to protect their health.

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The most common sign or symptom of heart disease is chest pain — but that’s not always the case for women, explains CBS News medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula, who is a cardiologist. 

“What we tell women is that they may not have the type of chest pain that you see in the movies, where you’re falling over and clutching your chest,” Narula told CBSN.


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