Boston researchers say they've come up with a simple way to help doctors diagnose women at risk of a heart attack.
It’s based on six factors: age, height, weight, blood pressure, plus drinking and smoking history.
The model was tested on 20 thousand women and researchers say it helped doctors identify and treat patients at risk.
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