Healthy Headlines: How Walking Helps Prevent Peripheral Artery Disease

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Walking is good for our bones and also our hearts. Regular walks can help prevent peripheral artery disease. This is a good reminder to get outside and enjoy the beautiful fall weather – or to take a break from working at your desk all day.

In this week’s Healthy Headlines segment, Dr. Rebecca Kelso, a vascular surgeon with Novant Health, reminds us why it’s important to get in our steps.

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