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All About Varicose Veins
All About Varicose Veins
Varicose veins are bulging vessels usually seen in the lower legs. They occur as the blood flow in the vein becomes disruipted due to damage to the vlaves inside the…...
Blood Pressure and Health Problems in Women
Blood Pressure and Health Problems in Women
Low blood pressure can make you feel dizzy when standing up but high blood pressure causes no symptoms. Women, like men, need to check their blood pressure regularly....
Preventing Deep Vein Thrombosis
Preventing Deep Vein Thrombosis
Deep vein thrombosis are clots that form in the deeper vessels of most commonly the lower limbs. These clots can be potentially fatal as they can travel to the lungs…...
Why Women are at Risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis
Why Women are at Risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis
Women are more at risk of suffering from a DVT than men for many reasons. Certain medications, pregnancy and obesity canall increase the risk of developing a blood…...
Why Women are at Risk of Having a Stroke
Why Women are at Risk of Having a Stroke
Nobody is excluded from being at risk from suffereing a stroke, but is there any evidence to determine whether women are more at risk?...
Women & Heart Disease -The Risks
Women & Heart Disease -The Risks
Women are no longer considered to be a less of a risk of developing heart disease as men. It has been found that although they are equally at risk of the disease, they…...
Women's Heart Attacks May Feel Different
Women's Heart Attacks May Feel Different
The typical heavy chest pain and collapse that signals a heart attack in most men also happens in some women, but in a significant number of others, the symptoms can…...
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