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  • Treating peripheral artery disease can avoid amputation
    Treating peripheral artery disease can avoid amputation
    The statement, blocked arteries, usually conveys an image of a heart attack or stroke; however, arterial blockage can occur anywhere in the body, including the limbs, where it is known as peripheral artery disease (PAD). In order to obtain the...
  • Johnson sisters
    Life Line Screening follow up
    Since writing my article about my experience with Life Line Screening, I received some great questions. One of the first questions came from Luann, 50. She said, “I have received several flyers in the mail about Life Line Screening in my...
  • Peripheral artery disease
    Peripheral artery disease harder on women than men
    A new finding published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology shows peripheral artery disease leads to disability in women faster than men.Researchers say the reason is that women have smaller calves. Peripheral artery disease, also...
  • Eee Pad Preview
    Asus Eee Pad coming to a store near you in 2011
    Asus has released more details about their new 12" Eee Pad EP121 (aka Eee Slate EP121), which will be featured at Las Vegas's 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show. In May 2010 some teaser details about the Eee Pad EP121 were...
  • Awareness Is Everything...
    PAD - Awareness Is Everything...
    Could your painful symptoms be PAD?Tess, 55 woke nightly with foot pain. For weeks, her legs would tire and cramp while walking, but once she rested, the feeling would disappear. However, foot pain was the final straw. At an appointment with her...
  • My Fightstick
    Become a better Street Fighter: Stick vs. pad
    The real step one is to play the game and see if you like it, but I’m assuming that you’ve already done that. So, now, the new step one is to decide if you are going to play on pad or stick. This is an important decision to make early...