According to a new study conducted by The Journal of the American Medical Association and released yesterday, men and women have different symptoms during a heart attack. The study of more than a million patients hospitalized after suffering heart attacks revealed that women were more likely than men to have a heart attack without experiencing the chest pain. In an interview with CBS News, which you can view below, Cardiologist Dr. Joanne Foody says women in particular "may feel more indigestion, [and] nausea. Women may also feel radiation of pain into the neck down the arm."

Because heart attacks are the #1 killers of women, ladies in particular need to watch the CBS News story about the study HERE, then visit The American Heart Association's Go Red for Women campaign website to learn more about the signs of a heart attack - found here