Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Heart Disease Prevention - Will Women Be Less Likely To Take Post-Heart Attack Drugs?

After treatment, medications like ACE inhibitors, beta blockers and statins will usually be prescribed to heart attack survivors, both males and females, to prevent another one. However, according to a Canadian study, women seem to be less likely than men to take all the medications required after a heart attack to help prevent repeat episodes. 

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous8:41 PM

    I never knew that coughing would help prevent heart attack . Heart attack is a life threating phenomenon and it is important that healthy life style is adopted in order to prevent anything from happening. A proper diet plan and exercise can restore healthy life style.