Last month, some famous cardiologists gathered at a New York City heart health media event and wryly suggested it might be helpful if only women in mid-heart attack could clutch their chests, turn pale, and fall to the ground in dramatic defeat, in typical “Hollywood Heart Attack“ fashion.
I wish I’d been there in person.
Kentucky cardiologist Dr. Melissa Walton-Shirley was, though, and wrote about this event called In The Prime Of Her Life.
She described the prestigious health care providers who gathered to participate in the event’s panel discussions as the “rock stars of cardiology”, each one specializing in the treatment of female cardiovascular diseases. Continue reading “What does a girl have to do to get her heart attack noticed?”