Women and men may describe heart attack symptoms differently. For example, women are twice as likely to describe their chest pain with the words "discomfort," "pressing," "crushing" and "bad ache."#HeartMonth @WomenHeartOrg pic.twitter.com/DyO6O3muLO
— CardioSmart (@CardioSmart) February 18, 2018
- Different heart attack symptoms show up for women, and so are often missed, though women are twice as likely as men to develop fatal heart complications from stress.
- Women in medicine are having their own #MeToo outpouring.
- Unequal housework sharing can destroy heterosexual relationships, even as women suffer so much guilt over housework that it harms their health.
- Angela Saini, author of the book, Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong — And the New Research that’s Rewriting the Story, takes apart sexist assumptions prevalent in scientific research into the differences between men and women.
- The apology of a prominent, male director for the sexual abuse of actresses has encouraged the growing trickle of #MeToo revelations in South Korea.