Jun 04, 2015 8:00 AM

Author: Office of Public Affairs


With busy schedules, most women don’t have time to tend to a throbbing head or side-stich—but they should. While heartburn is usually just heartburn, it may be a sign of a heart attack. Getting quick help gives you the best chance at a good outcome.

Susan Terry, MD, an internal medicine physician at University of Utah Health, explains four more body pains that women should not ignore:

ER or Urgent Care?

When an emergency strikes, do you know where to go for care? In this article, Terry explains the difference between primary care, urgent care and the emergency room. Download this checklist to use as a guide.

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