Recent Articles About Vein Health
Chronic Leg Ulcers for Wound Awareness Month
Is that sore on your leg not going away? It’s time for treatment. June is also known as Wound Healing Awareness Month. According to Healogics, a network of wound treatment centers in the U.S., roughly 7 million Americans live with a chronic wound, with 12 percent of that number diagnosed with a venous stasis ulcer or a sore on the leg.
Can Men Get Varicose Veins Too?
Don't believe the myth that varicose veins affect only women.
Can Varicose Veins Cause Weight Gain?
While weight and vein health are related, having varicose veins won’t cause you to gain weight.
Why Are My Hands and Feet Always Cold?
Don’t ignore that cold or tingling sensation in your hands or feet. It could indicate an underlying circulatory problem.
Can Varicose Veins Cause a Burning Sensation in the Feet?
Pain, swelling, itching, and cramping are all uncomfortable sensations of varicose veins. But did you know varicose veins can also cause a burning sensation?
How to Prevent Vulvar Varicose Veins During Pregnancy
Varicose veins on the legs frequently emerge during pregnancy. But there’s another area of the body where they develop, too.
Do Actresses Get Varicose Veins?
Even famous actresses aren’t immune to developing varicose veins. These four celebrities can serve as examples of what you can do about your swollen veins.
Do Tomatoes Heal Varicose Veins?
Numerous myths float around the Internet about how to cure varicose veins. One popular myth is a “treatment” that calls for applying tomatoes to the bulging veins to make them disappear. Like many so-called miracle cures for varicose veins, this one is easily debunked.
Men and Vein Health: Part 3 of 3
According to Dr. Alosco, patients can look forward to seeing results almost immediately in many cases. Patients who have long-standing complications of venous insufficiency such as chronic swelling and skin changes may have to wait a little longer to see results.