It's already March, and with Daylight Savings just occurring and Spring about to start, it’s also Blood Clot Awareness Month. Blood clots are a common medical condition that can affect us irrespective of age, gender, ethnicity, or race. Not even infants, young children, or teens are immune to this condition.
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If you are currently or considering seeking treatment for vein and vascular issues, chances are you may have heard of a D-dimer test. However, if you are unsure what a D-dimer test is and how it works, you aren't alone! This post will answer some of your questions. Please keep in mind that this information is not[…]
March is National Nutrition Month. Understanding the correlation between eating proper foods and its affects on vascular health is an important topic for us to discuss. Let's talk about some of causes of poor circulation and 6 foods that can help improve this vascular issue.
Do you love working from home? Of course, you do. It's a familiar atmosphere, no commuting, free lunch, paycheck's on time. Life is as good as it can possibly be for you right now, right? Even if you're working from home, for safety precautions. It's essential that you do not overlook your health, especially your vein[…]
Atherosclerosis is a process that affects the arteries and can lead to heart disease, stroke, leg pain and other serious health problems like amputations. It occurs when plaque builds up inside the arteries, making them narrower and therefore, decreases blood flow to those areas of the bodies. This blog post will[…]