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ARTERY DISEASE RAISES RISK FOR HEART ATTACK, STROKE
It can strike while you’re walking or climbing stairs—painful cramping in your calf, thigh or buttock. You stop for a few moments, and the pain goes away. Those symptoms could indicate a serious condition called Peripheral Arterial Disease (P.A.D.). It develops when your leg arteries become clogged with fatty plaque. P.A.D. is a warning that arteries in your heart and brain might also be clogged, increasing your risk of a heart attack or stroke.

Come hear a board-certified interventional cardiologist describe the latest approaches for diagnosing and treating P.A.D.

Speaker John R. McNeil, MD, of Boulder Heart
When Monday, Oct. 21, from 7 to 8 p.m.
Where Boulder Valley Christian Church, 7100 S. Boulder Rd., Boulder

BONUSHEARTSCAN GIVEAWAY AT EVENT
One lucky attendee will win a free HeartScan—a safe, painless and fast method for predicting future heart problems.

 

Click here to download a lecture flyer (pdf)!

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