"In chronic conditions like diabetes… it’s a lifetime commitment to taking care of that illness, and it’s a commitment not only by the patient, but by the physician as well, to work together to improve their health."
‒ Dr. E. Harry Walker
MetroHealth Center for Community Health
Did You Know?
Women are less likely than men to feel chest pain during a heart attack, so their diagnosis often gets delayed, leading to more heart damage. Women are more likely than men to experience symptoms that aren’t “typical,” such as nausea, back and abdominal pain and aching chest pain.