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Coronary artery disease and gender

Men are more likely than women to develop coronary artery disease, and usually at younger ages. After age 40, half of all men can expect to develop coronary artery disease, compared with one-third of all women. Moreover, the average age for a first heart attack in men is 66; for women, it is 70.…

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