Published in Women's Health Weekly, February 9th, 2006
Findings show that while a majority of women over 35 (73%) believe that they know how to prevent the deadly disease, only slightly more than half (55%) feel they understand how to treat the condition. Even more alarming is that the survey finds Hispanic and African American women - both of whom are considered high-risk groups for heart disease - are more than twice as likely than Caucasian women to say they did not know any treatments for the disease at all.
The survey was conducted by the "Healthy From The...
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