Not a 'jolly' subject but one we all need to be very aware of - this is from a UK study but in Australia we have had similar findings. This is the kind of 'discrimination' we can do without ...
Misdiagnoses and no diagnoses - clearly a shocking exemplar of 'UNEQUAL CARE" of women cf. men - resulting in a much greater death rate of women from heart attacks:
'Scientists at the University of Leeds found that women in the UK had more than double the median rate of death than men in the 30 days after heart attacks. Their findings revealed that 5.2% of women died in the same period after a heart attack, compared with only 2.3% of men, representing a 2.26-fold increase in relative risk of death ...'
Best wishes (no smiles)