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Peripheral artery disease is the result of atherosclerosis that reduces the flow of blood in the arteries. Symptoms include claudication, which is pain or cramping in the feet, especially during exercise. Other symptoms include pale or discolored feet or legs, reduced growth of nails or hair, or sores on legs or feet that heal slowly or not at all.
Please watch our videos about peripheral artery disease to learn more and spread awareness about this silent disease.
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