Riddle of disadvantaged women and MI risk

Low socioeconomic status is a known risk factor for cardiovascular disease in both men and women but it is women who are bearing the brunt of coronary heart disease.

In fact, disadvantaged women are 25% more likely to suffer a heart attack than their male peers, according to a study of 22 million people.

However, the reason for this gender disparity is unclear.

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