Amy O'Neil, DO, discusses who is most at risk for heart disease, signs and symptoms of a heart attack, and how these symptoms might differ in women and men. She also shares some of the advancements in cardiac care.In the interview, Dr. O'Neil answers the following:1) Heart disease has a major impact on our country, and in most communities it’s still the number one killer of adults. Who’s at greatest risk for heart disease?2) What are the signs and symptoms of a heart attack?3) Are those symptoms different in women?4) The American Heart Association says heart disease may be preventable. Can you talk about the impact of heredity and lifestyle as they relate to heart disease?5) Compared to 20 years ago, there are many new treatments and procedures to improve quality of life--or save the life--of someone living with heart disease. Can you talk about a few of the advancements in cardiology care?