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The 5 Life Hacks to Help Prevent Varicose Veins & Love Your Legs

Do your legs often feel tired, achy, and dull? Perhaps you’ve noticed a sneaky little vein protruding or appearing a little darker under your skin. You know that your job requires you to sit for long periods of time or stand for long periods of time. So you suspect that you might have or might […]

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Why You Should Consider Varicose and Spider Vein Treatment

Every person has blood vessels throughout their body. They are essential—they help transport blood to and from our hearts while delivering nutrients, hormones, and medications to organs, muscles, and tissues. Although we all have veins and very much need them to help transport blood throughout our body, they can become unsightly and unhealthy for those […]

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Varicose Veins in Young People: What You Need to Know 

Most people associate varicose veins as a condition that arises later in life and, more commonly, after age 50. While this might be the most common age group that sees the symptoms of venous deficiencies, varicose veins in young people occur with more frequency than people might imagine.  Spider veins can emerge in younger people […]

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Varicose Veins Among Nurses and Other High-Risk Occupations

Nurses represent a large section of the healthcare workforce. In the year 2020, our healthcare workers were suddenly catapulted into the spotlight as they worked the frontlines of the dangerous and capricious pandemic that wreaked havoc in so much of our society.  Nurses and doctors have always done heroic work. The nature of these demanding […]

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The History, Causes, and Symptoms of Venous Reflux

You’ve likely heard of, seen, or know of a loved one who has suffered from varicose veins. Many times, varicose veins are mistaken for a merely cosmetic issue, but it goes deeper than that. According to some estimates, about 25% of the global adult population suffers from venous reflux disease or a more serious form […]

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