How to Check for Blood Clots at Home
Performing blood clot checks is important because, if left untreated, clots can lead to stroke, heart attack, kidney failure, and other serious problems.
Blood Clots and the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine
The single-dose vaccine has been paused “out of an abundance of caution” related to links between the shot and deadly blood clotting.
Are the Majority of COVID-19 Deaths Actually Due to Blood Clots?
We initially thought death from COVID-19 was mostly related to pneumonia in the lungs. Doctors are now learning of a startling discovery.
When Varicose Veins Become a Medical Emergency
The offices of the Center for Vein Restoration remain open if you experience any of these medical emergencies due to your varicose veins.
"Stop the Clot" Campaign Aims to Raise Awareness About DVT
The CDC has launched a public service campaign to raise awareness about risk factors for deep vein thrombosis.
The Relationship between DVT and Cancer
Cancer patients are at greater risk of developing blood clots, but doctors have methods to keep blood flowing properly. Unfortunately, patients
Why Do Young, Healthy People Sometimes Get DVT?
Basketball star Brandon Ingram was recently diagnosed with a blood clot, a surprisingly common condition among young athletes. When the Los
This Deep Vein Thrombosis Awareness Month, Learn How to Prevent DVT
March has been designated Deep Vein Thrombosis Awareness Month. This month, learn more about this potentially life-threatening condition.
New Guidelines Point to Better Care for Patients with Venous Thromboembolism
New long-awaited guidelines on the treatment of venous thromboembolism will help doctors individualize VTE care. Since 2015, the American Society of