Jorge Munoz

Mansplaining Heart Attacks

Since the beginning of time, we’ve defined heart attacks based on how men experience them, despite the fact that women’s heart attacks often have very different symptoms. Essentially, women’s heart attacks have been mansplained with deadly consequences. Today, more women die of heart attacks each year than men, mostly because people simply don’t recognize the symptoms in time. 


This disease awareness campaign delivers an urgent, emotional story with the goal of driving greater understanding of the range of symptoms women can experience during a heart attack, and ultimately galvanizing change and saving lives.