Most people know the common signs of a heart attack: chest pain, pressure and a feeling of tightness. And it goes without saying that doctors know these heart attack symptoms in women, too. But when women experience a heart attack, they often get misdiagnosed. Why is that? New research provides some answers.
Loneliness affects your emotions and how you feel. But now, we also know that loneliness has a negative impact on physical health, and can increase the risk for heart disease, cancer and neurogenerative disorders. But how does loneliness impact physical health? Recent studies have some answers as to why loneliness is a health hazard.