If you're totally stressed, can't remember the last time you took a brisk walk, are eating way too much--and you're a woman--consider yourself a good candidate for heart disease.
After decades of being identified as mainly a man's concern, heart disease has finally caught up with American women. And for educators--85 percent of whom are women--it's hardly a fact to tuck under the test papers and forget.
Heart disease now surpasses breast cancer as the number one killer of women, according to The American Heart Association (AHA). In fact, half a million women will die this year from it, far surpassing heart-related deaths for men.
How did this preventable disease …