"Heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women in the United States, yet it’s long been considered a “man’s disease” in the popular imagination. This perception likely stems, in part, from the fact that coronary heart disease, the most common cause of heart attacks, is more prevalent among men—and tends to strike them at a younger age. When younger women do have heart attacks, though,studies have found that they are about twice as likely to die as their male counterparts—and more than 15,000 women under the age of 55 do every year."
But the study did admit that the data is conflicting in their abstract:
Now what needs to be further disclosed is that this study investigated from ages 30 to 89 years of age of both genders and the article from PSmagazine mentions only women below 55 are twice as more than men of the same age range to die of heart diseases. Now let's investigate if both claims are true when we investigate the CDC's numbers of causes of deaths by gender and age:
Male heart disease deaths 321,347 percent 24.6 rate 206.5 pg 12
Female heart disease deaths 289,758 percent 22.4 rate 180.6 pg 23
Now let's investigate below ages 55 for the genders
Male ages 25-29 heart diseases deaths 775, percent 5.2, rate 7.1
Male ages 30-34 heart diseases deaths 1,439, percent 8.8, rate 13.5
Female ages 25-29 heart diseases deaths 380 percent 6.3 rate 3.6
Female ages 30-34 heart diseases deaths 664, percent 8.3, rate 6.3
We can read the rest until we reach below 55 and you'll see in the pdf that the numbers, percentages and rates of heart disease deaths are even on greater gaps for men having higher numbers in all. Once again, the media and medical industry have done a fine job of using conflicting hypothesized numbers and sold us the lie that younger women die of heart diseases more than men in the same age range.