Home-based Program Helps PAD Patients Walk Farther, Faster

The convenience and more relaxed approach may lead to better results than a formal, supervised program.

Though often painful if you have peripheral artery disease (PAD), walking is one of the best things you can do for your vascular health. And new research suggests that a simple, home-based walking program may help PAD patients walk farther and faster.
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