Regular vigorous activity appears to help decrease risks for peripheral artery disease (PAD) as well as all-cause mortality in at-risk patients, according to a study. In addition, the research showed that participants undergoing non-emergency coronary angiography who reported performing regular vigorous activity were less likely to have PAD, had higher ankle-brachial index scores, and had better cardiovascular outcomes.

Source: Mayo Clinic Proceedings, March 2015.

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