Study reveals heart attacks more deadly in women than men

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There's a new warning about the No.1  killer of women — heart disease.

There's a big gender gap when it comes to having a heart attack because symptoms are so different for men and women.

Most of the research into heart attacks has been the result of studies of men, so  women often don't realize they're having one.

The study also says women don't seek emergency care as quickly after experiencing symptoms of a heart attack.

Dr. Nieca Goldberg was on the PIX11 Morning News to discuss the study.