Many people have a vice or two. It’s natural to let off steam through some outlet, whether it’s binge watching terrible reality television or indulging in an unhealthful snack. While any “vice” by its very nature as a vice should be kept to a minimum (especially the snacks), there are the branch...
Roughly 40 million Americans have been diagnosed with varicose veins. While anybody can contract varicose veins, seniors are especially affected. Some studies estimate that as high as 50% of Americans over the age of 50 have varicose veins.
It’s one thing to say you won’t put on weight over the holiday season but quite another to keep off those pesky extra pounds that get harder to lose each year.
Most of us have a seasonal checklist of everything we need to get done, usually beginning just before Thanksgiving and taking us through to the end of the year. But what about our health?
It seems as though there are still plenty of lingering myths about varicose veins, even after debunking myths such as many of the home remedies as “False” if not disgusting. Here are some of the most pervasive myths you’ve probably heard at one time or another about varicose veins. #1 Crossing...
It is inevitable that for any medical condition, theories will pop up for how to treat these conditions with home remedies, with cheap and practical solutions that “really work.”
Have you recently gone to your dentist’s office to see a sign posted that she now offers Botox? Does your OBGYN now offer laser treatment for telangiectasias?
Telangiectasia is more commonly known as spider veins, the generally innocuous cousin to varicose veins.