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Complications of type2 diabetes.
This video is concerning complications of type 2 diabetes.
According to the world health organisation (WHO) figures, diabetes is predicted is the 7th leading reason behind death by 2030. 454 more words

Diabetes Complication

What is an Ankle-Brachial-Index (ABI) test?

If you are complaining of pain in your legs and your physician is suspecting a disease in your arteries or PAD, he/she might order a test called ABI. 195 more words

Vascular Information

dark chocolate is helping people walk?

Yes folks, it’s true. (Can there BE any better news?)

First I’ll start with the most recent study…Anyone out there ever hear of PAD? PAD is peripheral artery disease. 448 more words


Delicious news: Your sweet tooth could help those with an artery disease

Dark chocolate may be able to help patients who have peripheral artery disease.

Peripheral artery disease causes patients to have trouble walking and exercising because the blood flow to their limbs is impaired. 61 more words


Discovery: Dark chocolate may help walking ability

Italian researchers may have discovered another reason to enjoy dark chocolate.

The researchers found that, after eating dark chocolate, older people who normally had trouble walking because of a condition that restricts blood flow to the legs could walk longer and farther than they could before. 268 more words


Aching Legs?

Do your legs hurt after walking or climbing up the stairs? You may have peripheral artery disease (PAD).

PAD is a condition where fatty deposits build up in the inner linings of the artery walls. 431 more words

Vascular Information

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