Heart Arteries Aren’t the Only Ones That May Be Clogged

Peripheral artery disease, which most commonly occurs in your legs, is a cardiovascular condition.

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Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a buildup of plaque within the peripheral arteries in the legs, arms, and brain. It may not sound as serious as coronary artery disease, since it

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