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.
The bar graph gives a report of the population of people affected by a heart attack in the USA per year based on age and sex.
Generally, a heart attack is more prevalent in males than females of all ages, and it is more peculiar to men of 65 years and above; also reported cases to increase with age in both genders.
According to the chart, it rarely affects women between the ages of 29 to 44 years; the number seen per year is around 3,000, which is about three per cent of cases recorded in males. However, the highest cases of a heart attack in women are reported in those of 65 years and older nevertheless, it is not up to that of men, although just slightly lower with a difference of one hundred thousand.
On the other hand, despite the fact that the disease is rife among men older than 65 years, the amount of people affected is just a little higher than those between the age of 45 and 64 years with a difference of 16,000 showing that it is also common in this age group as well.