Here is what you need to know about women’s heart health

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(PIX11)-- A woman suffers a heart attack every 90 seconds in the United States.

And yet, heart disease has generally been considered a "man's disease." That means most treatment and education has been directed toward men.

This complicates matters as the symptoms of heart disease can be very different in women than in men, meaning very often warning signs are missed.

February is American Heart Month and it's a good time to study up on the number one health threat affecting women today.

Family Circle Magazine's Health Editor Lynya Floyd and Dr. Steve Salvatore gave PIX11's Sukanya Krishnan and Linda Church a quiz to test their knowledge of heart health facts.