The chart below shows information about Heart Attacks by Ages and Genders in the USA. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
Presented in the illustration is the bar chart that the number of male and female patients having contact with heart attacks from different age brackets, namely 29–44, 45-64 and over 65-year-old groups in the USA per annum.
Overall, it is clear that more men have heart attacks than women, regardless of age. In addition, the older Americans are, the higher chance they have heart attacks.
Firstly, as indicated in the chart, there are more than 120 thousand American males from 29 to 44 years getting a heart attack, while it is scarcely a case among women of the same age. Furthermore, those rates of both genders increase accordingly to the growth of age.
To illustrate, over 420 thousand middle-aged males suffer from this, which is remarkably lower than the figure of women. Finally, Americans over 65 years old have contact with a heart attack the most, with 440 thousand cases of males compared to 372 thousand counterparts.
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