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Angina pain is similar in men and women, though descriptions may differ

Posted April 10, 2013, 4:25 pm Stephanie Watson, Executive Editor, Harvard Women's Health Watch Chest pain brought on by exercise or stress, a condition known as angina, holds back millions of Americans from living life to the fullest. There’s long been a perception that angina symptoms in women are different than they are in men. That comes in part from the words used to describe these symptoms. Men tend to describe angina as…

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