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Artery Explorer: the Movie

Surf through your arteries on a journey deep inside your body. See how risk factors like high levels of bad cholesterol, smoking, and high blood pressure can help contribute to the buildup of plaque in arteries, also known as atherosclerosis (or "athero"). The Artery Explorer movie reveals the science of the disease like you’ve never seen before.
 
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