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Study: Exercise painful for peripheral artery disease patients, but beneficial

Study: Exercise painful for peripheral artery disease patients, but beneficial

Fast-paced walking is painful for the millions of people with peripheral artery disease. But new research shows that a slower, pain-free pace won't cut it if improvement in mobility is the goal. The study included more than 300 of the roughly 8.5 million Americans with PAD. It's a condition in which...

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Chicago Mary McDermott Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

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