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Here’s a quick quiz for you – if you are 50 years old, what is your “heart age?” If your immediate answer was, “The same age I am – 50, of course,” it’s likely that you are wrong. Your “heart age” can be – and in many cases is – different from your calendar age….

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Peripheral Vascular Disease is a condition that occurs when fatty deposits in the arteries reduce blood flow to the extremities. The primary symptom is leg pain that occurs during activity and stops once the activity is stopped. PVD is greatly underdiagnosed because other conditions like restless leg syndrome can cause similar symptoms. Many people don’t…

Peripheral artery disease is a condition where narrowed arteries cause a reduction of blood flow to the extremities, most frequently the legs. The narrowing of the arteries from fatty deposits is called atherosclerosis. The most common symptom of peripheral artery disease is a cramping pain in the legs, thighs, calves, or hips when walking or…

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