Although blood pressure is a common problem, women may experience it very differently from males. While males have generally been the focus of cardiovascular research, new advances have sparked an increase in interest in the unique physiological differences that women experience. An omnipresent metric, blood pressure serves as an indicator of our cardiovascular well-being, which affects all aspects of our lives. The board-certified cardiologist Robert Pilchik, M.D., of Manhattan Cardiology has some excellent advice on the symptoms which women ought to keep an eye out for. Read the article.