Weight, sedentary lifestyle, and heredity may lead to varicose veins. But so does your diet. Here’s what to eat to keep your veins health
As you book your flight and pack your bags, are you also making sure to take care of your veins when you travel? This upcoming holiday travel season projects to be a busy one.
A blood clot in the leg, known as deep vein thrombosis, can lead to serious medical consequences, including a pulmonary embolism. Fortunately, DVT is preventable.
If you’re considering undergoing sclerotherapy treatment, as part of your commitment to vein health, you’ll be happy to know it is quick, effective and nearly painless.
Having spider veins generally doesn’t hurt, although in some cases it can cause discomfort. It can also be unsightly, which is the main reason why most people who have these veins want to get rid of them.