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Women ignoring deadly symptoms

29th February 2016

Women fail to go to see their doctor with potentially life-threatening symptoms because they say they are too busy with work or family.

According to research, more than a quarter of women said they prioritised work over making an appointment with the doctor and more than a third said looking after their family came first.

A further 14% said spending time with their partner was more important than seeking medical help.

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Article Information

Title: Women ignoring deadly symptoms
Author: Martine Hamilton
Article Id: 27690
Date Added: 29th Feb 2016


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