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Between the lights, decorations, gifts, and food, our eyes are generally bigger than our stomachs during the holiday season. But as the saying goes, it’s all about “everything in moderation,” right? Particularly if you are one of the many Americans living with a form of vascular...

Perhaps you’ve recently been diagnosed with a venous disorder, or perhaps you’re simply conducting your own at-home research on the matter because a loved one or family member is combatting their own venous symptoms. In either case, it makes sense that you find yourself asking a...

How often have you found yourself popping open the Ibuprofen instead of dialing your physician’s phone number? While we’ve all likely done as much at one time or another — though hopefully not with the larger medical concerns — that’s probably the most important part of...

In certain cases, one health complication may act as the initial fall of a domino, spurring on a chain reaction of different — albeit connected — challenges that all compound into one overall source of pain or discomfort. Venous complications are one such example of this...

There’s certainly something to be said for the positive impact adequate sleep can have on one’s health. From strengthening our immune system to improving our brain function and recovering our overall energy, getting your standard six to eight hours of sleep is paramount to maintaining...

Venous disease management has made many strides in recent decades. Doctors and researchers have worked tirelessly to find the safest and most efficient methods for alleviating patients’ pain and discomfort, as well as treating the underlying causes that ultimately lead to such symptoms. Ablation, in specific,...

According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, chronic venous insufficiency is often the result of more than one mere factor — genetics, obesity, job positions that require long periods of standing or sitting, and more may contribute to such complications. In short, there is no...

Did you know that if only one parent has a history of spider or varicose veins, you have a 40% - 50% chance of inheriting the condition? And if both parents have venous insufficiency, your chances of developing similar issues increases to approximately 90%. Luckily, there...