COM 120 Week 4 The Comma Exercise 592

This work of COM 120 Week 4 The Comma Exercise 592 shows the solutions to the following points:

1. Many women are surprised to learn, that heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States. – Many women are surprised to learn that, heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States. – Many women are surprised to learn that heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States. – No change2. Although heart disease has been studied for decades, most researchers have studied male patients. – Although, heart disease has been studied for decades, most researchers have studied male patients. – Although heart disease, has been studied for decades, most researchers have studied male patients. – No change3. Now, however scientists are beginning to understand that heart attack symptoms differ, in men and women. – Now, however, scientists are beginning to understand that heart attack symptoms differ in men and women. – Now however scientists are beginning to understand that heart attack symptoms differ in men and women. – No change4. Unfortunately many doctors are unfamiliar with the symptoms of heart attacks in women so their female patients may remain undiagnosed after a heart attack. – Unfortunately, many doctors are unfamiliar with the symptoms of heart attacks in women, so their female patients may remain undiagnosed after a heart attack. – Unfortunately, many doctors are unfamiliar with the symptoms of heart attacks in women so, their female patients may remain undiagnosed after a heart attack. – No change5. For instance a man, having a heart attack, is likely to suffer chest pain that radiates down his arm, but this symptom is more rare in women. – For instance a man having a heart attack, is likely to suffer chest pain that radiates down his arm, but this symptom is more rare in women. – For instance, a man having a heart attack is likely to suffer chest pain that radiates down his arm, but this symptom is more rare in women. – No change6. The American Heart Association says that two-thirds of the women who die of heart attacks do not have a history of chest pain. – The American Heart Association says that, two-thirds of the women who die of heart attacks do not have a history of chest pain. – The American Heart Association says that two-thirds of the women, who die of heart attacks, do not have a history of chest pain. – No change7. For many women, the first signs, of a heart attack are stomach pain back pain, nausea, and, fatigue. – For many women, the first signs, of a heart attack are stomach pain, back pain, nausea, and, fatigue. – For many women, the first signs of a heart attack are stomach pain, back pain, nausea, and fatigue. – No change8. Many female heart attack victims remaining unaware of the seriousness of their symptoms, fail to recognize the problem, and delay their visit to the emergency room. – Many female heart attack victims, remaining unaware of the seriousness of their symptoms, fail to recognize the problem, and delay their visit to the emergency room. – Many female heart attack victims, remaining unaware of the seriousness of their symptoms, fail to recognize the problem and delay their visit to the emergency room. – No change9. Many women have heart attacks that go undiagnosed, so they do not receive appropriate follow-up treatment that might prevent a second attack. – Many women have heart attacks that go undiagnosed, so they do not receive appropriate follow-up treatment, that might prevent a second attack. – Many women have heart attacks that go undiagnosed so they do not receive appropriate follow-up treatment that might prevent a second attack. – No change10. Breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and AIDS, have made many women aware of health risks they face but the number-one killer of women heart disease, is rarely discussed. – Breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and AIDS have made many women aware of health risks they face, but the number-one killer of women, heart disease, is rarely discussed. – Breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and AIDS have made many women aware of health risks they face but the number-one killer of women, heart disease, is rarely discussed. – No change

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