Chest pain, discomfort, and numbness in the left arm have long been associated as the “hallmark symptoms” of a heart attack. These symptoms are triggers not only in the mind of the patient, but also the medical staff admitting and treating the patient, to first look at the possibility of a heart attack. What if these symptoms aren’t there?
Women more likely to have a heart attack with none of the traditional symptoms.
A new study is raising concern there are men and women suffering heart attacks with no chest... Read More »