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- Martin at Detroit Health on Field and Foe: Spotting, Avoiding, and Treating Poison Ivy
- Rosaura on Causes, Risk Factors, and Complications of Deep Vein Thrombosis
- Venous Conditions and Pregnancy | Health Care Practice on Causes, Risk Factors, and Complications of Deep Vein Thrombosis
- Darnording on Diagnosis and Treatment of Deep Vein Thrombosis
Tag Archives: childhood obesity
By David Martin, President and CEO of VeinInnovations “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of a cure.” Benjamin Franklin is famous for many sayings. Today, this one feels prescient. In Georgia, we spend 2.4 billion dollars on obesity …
By David Martin, President and CEO of VeinInnovations We begin teaching our children from almost the moment they’re born. Infants soak up our words to learn to speak, carrying on accents and dialects through what they hear. We teach our kids …
In the second of my four-part series of conversations with Linda Matzigkeit of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, we discuss the factors that led Children’s to become a more active, visible crusader against childhood obesity. The reasons shocked me. About one …
This week, we introduce a series of interviews with Linda Matzigkeit, chief administrative officer of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Mrs. Matzigkeit was instrumental in launching the Strong4Life campaign in Georgia. The controversial obesity ads that made headlines over a year …
By David Martin, President and CEO of VeinInnovations Summer is almost here. Stuck in winter doldrums, exercise is a bleak task. Now that the weather is warm, we’re staring out office windows and envious of school children with months of vacation ahead. …