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Por qué las mujeres hispanas o afroamericanas pueden tener un mayor riesgo de enfermedad cardíaca:
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Las estadísticas muestran que alrededor del 68 % de las mujeres blancas saben que la enfermedad cardíaca es la principal causa de muerte en las mujeres, en comparación con solo el 31 % de las mujeres negras y el 29 % de las mujeres hispanas. La Dra. Jennifer Mieres de la Escuela de Medicina de la Universidad de Nueva York y autora de Heart Smart for Black Women and Latinas nos ayuda a comprender por qué las mujeres de color enfrentan mayores desafíos ante la enfermedad cardíaca. 

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