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Are Varicose Veins an Inevitable Consequence of Motherhood

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While many of us look forward to the joys of becoming a parent, there are several conditions that have a strong correlation with motherhood that are not quite so joyful -- stretch marks, swollen feet, constant worry, and varicose veins to name a few.  

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Taking a Closer Look at Health During Back to School Season

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While you are getting the kids ready for the upcoming school year – buying school supplies, making sure immunizations are up to date, and getting sports physicals – take a moment to check on their circulatory health. While it is more common among older adults, children can also develop varicose veins.

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What Can I Do to Fend Off Varicose Veins?

adult-aerobics-backlit-248139You saw them on your grandmother’s legs, and now you see them on your mom. What can you do to avoid feeling the same aching pain? Here are some of the strategies that may help you avoid or delay developing varicose veins:

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Travel Tips for Airline Passengers

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Before you book your flights, consider which options will keep you sitting cramped in a seat for the least amount of time. If you are flying far, it may be worth your while to split it up – with a day of layover in another city along the way – to give your body a chance to recover.

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Runners’ Secret for Overcoming Leg Pain

francesco-gallarotti-2756-unsplashHave you ever felt like you had pulled a muscle in your lower calf about 5-10 minutes into a run? Maybe you have experienced pain, heaviness, aching, or swelling during or shortly after your runs. If you also have dark blue and purple veins that become curvy and bulge at the skin’s surface, your mysterious pain may be connected to varicose veins or chronic venous insufficiency.

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