Question;AtherosclerosisMost individuals associate atherosclerosis with the coronary arteries. However, any artery in the body can become diseased with plaque. Arteries leading to the brain, arms, pelvis, and legs can also become clogged with atherosclerotic plaque.In preparation for this Discussion, consider the risk factors associated with atherosclerosis.Post by Day 4a response to the following:Provide a concise description of atherosclerosis, including what is known about how it occurs and the role of risk factors such as diet. Utilize molecular and biological terminology as appropriate.Discuss at least one example of recent, published literature that is being done to understand how atherosclerosis occurs, and explain how the findings can be applied in public health.Support your discussion by citing at least one primary research article.
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