3 Treatments For Chronic Venous Insufficiency

Posted on: 29 June 2021
Chronic venous insufficiency occurs when the valves in the leg veins stop working effectively, which can lead to blood pooling in the legs instead quickly returning to the heart, as it should. If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), then you likely know that this vascular condition does not yet have a cure. However, there are many CVS treatments that can help improve circulation in the legs to prevent blood pooling, reduce lower leg and foot swelling, and even help faulty vein valves perform their jobs more effectively.
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Types Of Cannabis Concentrates You May See At The Dispensary

Posted on: 28 May 2021
Bulk flower and prerolls are two of the most common products sold at dispensaries. They are quite familiar to most people who use cannabis for either recreational or medicinal purposes. However, these products are not all that dispensaries sell. Most dispensaries also sell an array of cannabis concentrates. You may look right past these products if you're not familiar with them, but in doing so, you could be missing out! Here are the most common types of cannabis concentrates you might see at a dispensary.
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3 Medical Conditions That Affect Eye Health

Posted on: 26 April 2021
When a person has an eye disorder, they can usually expect their eye health to be affected in some way. Certain eye disorders cause low vision, eye strain, and retinal detachment. However, there are also certain medical conditions that can affect eye health. For this reason, people with the following three medical conditions should ensure they receive proper eye care. 1. Sarcoidosis This disease is characterized by the growth of granulomas in certain parts of the body.
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Things To Consider When Choosing A New Primary Care Physician And Why You Need One

Posted on: 30 March 2021
DO NOT DELETE A primary care physician is a physician you would see for health issues such as chronic health issues, allergies, rashes, stitches, cold/flu, and other minor health issues such as sprains, headaches, or minor burns. A primary care physician is usually your regular physician you would see, who can refer you to a specialist if need be. Read on for things to consider before choosing your primary care physician and why you need one.
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