Women make up more than half of the country. But women remain underrepresented in studies of diseases that are most likely to kill them. Let’s learn the other half of the story.
What are the biggest differences between women and men?
What reasons are there to ignore women in health research?
What is the leading killer of women in the U.S.?
The American Heart Association reported in a 2016 update of heart disease and stroke statistics that, for the first time since 1983, more men than women died of cardiovascular disease.