Harvard Health Letter

Avoiding atherosclerosis: The killer you can't see

Be proactive to ward off clogged arteries that can lead to heart attack, stroke, and even death. [IMGCAP(1)] Most people donít spend a lot of time thinking about atherosclerosis. After all, you canít see any buildup of waxy plaque that may exist in your arteries, and the disease doesnít make itself known until itís advanced. ďIt can progress for decades before you have symptoms like chest discomfort or shortness of…

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