You can help to prevent peripheral vascular disease by modifying your risk factors:
Don't smoke - This a major risk factor that you can control.
Maintain a healthy weight - Obesity, especially a concentration of body fat around the waist, has been linked to unhealthy blood levels of cholesterol and other fats, which can build up inside your arteries.
Eat a healthy diet - Your diet should be loaded with vegetables and fruits,...
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