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Peripheral artery disease: often silent, sometimes deadly, potentially preventable

Published: October 24, 2012
  • Author: Patrick J. Skerrett,


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October 27, 2012

why would my diastolic pressure srop to 22 while on a treadmill?

October 26, 2012

modern scientific research and clinical trials confirmed that green tea can reduce blood fat and cholesterol in the blood, the body becomes light, this is because green tea derivatives of phenols, aromatic compounds, amino acids, vitamins substances integrated coordinated results.

October 25, 2012

what is considered too early to check for PAD?
This sounds serious
thank you for sharing

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