Women are vital in almost everything we, as people, do. We are very proud to present this very important special.
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Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) January 22, 2013
Women today are much more attuned to their bodies and what their bodies are telling them. They know when it needs something, like more vitamin C or iron, and they know when something is not right. Health Briefs TV is proud to announce a special dedicated to Women’s Health, and specifically addresses the differences in heart attack symptoms between men and women. The special will start in February and run throughout the year.
One of the seven symptoms for a woman having a heart attack is sharp or severe chest pains or discomfort. While most health care professionals urge anyone feeling chest discomfort to call emergency services, most do not, because they fear it is a false alarm. Yet the “Golden Hour”, the hour right after the first symptom is felt, is the one that counts, often saving precious and valuable heart muscle. Women –most often the caretakers in the family – usually let other health ailments go in favor of taking care of their families first. This can be a life-threatening decision. The educational TV show brings women’s unique health concerns front and center as it examines the top maladies affecting the more dominant sex.
The show is hosted by Pro Ball Hall of Fame inductee Terry Bradshaw. The former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback retired from the sport in the mid 1980’s and is currently one of the award-winning co-hosts of a national television network’s pregame show. He is also a best-selling author, actor and often requested motivational speaker.
About Health Briefs TV
The Health Briefs TV show explores the best and newest information on a diverse assortment of medical and health-related topics. It delves into the most urgent concerns facing North Americans, such as diabetes, senior health and wellness, cardiac care, cancer, and more. The show films on location throughout North America and is broadcast on many national and regional cable television networks. Learn more about the program and its host Pinterest and other top social media websites.