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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
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By David Martin, President and CEO of VeinInnovations As part of his duties as a professor of chemistry at the University of Lille, French scientist Louis Pasteur was tasked with using his knowledge to help solve practical problems encountered by …
By David Martin, President and CEO of VeinInnovations Summer in Georgia is a bountiful time. Farmers parked on the side of the road peddle produce, and their presence can cause a traffic jam usually only seen on 285. In the …
To vaccinate, or not to vaccinate? The decision has far reaching consequences, and affects more people than you might expect.
By David Martin, President and CEO of VeinInnovations Mark Twain is widely known for his wit, and his quips are as applicable today as they were in his day. Speaking on habits, he said, “Habit is habit, and not to …
Most of us relish a tan, but that’s a mistake. There are more new cases of skin cancer every year than there are of breast, prostate, lung, and colon cancers combined.
Our cleaning supplies tout their germ-killing prowess. We like to clean and for good reason. But how far should we take our war on germs?
The use of the emergency room is often fingered as one of the causes of ballooning health care costs. Are urgent care centers the solution?
Poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac grow happily here in Georgia, and one brush with their leaves or vines leaves more than half of Americans itching, uncomfortable, and covered in a rash.
During pregnancy, the amount of blood in your body increases by 25 to 40 percent. The extra blood is necessary, but puts extra pressure on your blood vessels.
Neglecting your health negatively affects your bank account. Preventable diseases cost Americans billions of dollars every year.