Surprise gender findings in body-shape study

Are apple-shaped women at greater MI risk than their male counterparts?
Apple and pear

Apple-shaped women are at a greater risk of MI than apple-shaped men and should be more closely monitored for signs of heart disease, UK research suggests.

They are also more likely to have a heart attack than pear-shaped women, according to the seven-year study of 500,000 people aged 40-69 without a history of cardiovascular disease.