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Why So Many 50-Somethings Are Having Strokes and How They Can Be Prevented Nov 8th, 2019

Are you moving past youth and into that age category where older is wiser but riskier due to potential health issues? Or maybe it’s your parents who are rushing ahead to the senior lifestyle they’ve worked so hard to accomplish. Either way, you’ve probably been warned about the increasing risk...

When are Varicose Veins More Than Just a Cosmetic Concern? Oct 16th, 2019

Varicose veins appear as the gnarly, dark purple and blue veins that puff and twist around your legs. They can make you feel self-conscious, especially if you’re wearing a swimsuit, shorts, or a mini. Boosting confidence in your appearance is a good reason to get these veins treated, but it’s...

Spider Veins Can Pop Up in the Most Unlikely Places Oct 19th, 2016

Spider veins and varicose veins are both forms of venous insufficiency (or venous disease), but they are not the same condition, and each condition cannot develop into the other. These two conditions are commonly mistaken for being the same vein disease. It is crucial to know the difference between these...

Eating Health Can Help Prevent Vein Related Problems Oct 18th, 2016

One of the best ways to prevent or slow the progression of varicose and spider veins,without medical intervention is to simply change your diet. Studies have shown that by simply adding key vitamins and nutrients to your daily regimen of food can make the difference. Your vascular system has over...

What to Expect with Endovenous Laser Treatment Oct 15th, 2016

If you are experiencing issues with your legs feeling tired, heavy, weak, achy, cramping, you have restless leg syndrome or have pain on a constant or ongoing basis you may have a venous insufficiency issue. After a diagnosis is determined, several treatment options will be presented. One of those is...

What Groups are likely to Develop Varicose Veins Oct 14th, 2016

What Are Varicose Veins?Spider veins and varicose veins are both forms of venous insufficiency (or venous disease), but they are not the same condition, and each condition cannot develop into the other. These two conditions are commonly mistaken for being the same vein disease. It is crucial to know the...