Whether you’re intensely training for the Olympics or you’re an avid runner and cyclist who does it for fun and exercise, being an athlete generally means you’re healthy and fit. But athletes also have a high risk of developing clots and venous disease.
Even the most active and fit men can develop serious health problems , and while you might see your veins popping out as a sign of being in shape and healthy, visible veins could actually be a sign of venous disease. In this article, we’ll be discussing the causes, symptoms and treatments of varicose veins in men.
Do You Want Men’s Support Socks That Won’t Embarrass You? Quick Tips for Men’s Health Month
In recognition of National Stroke Awareness Month, let’s take a closer look at the causes of stroke, the signs and symptoms you need to be aware of, and the actions you can take to prevent a stroke from happening.
This month, for Stroke Awareness Month , we’re focusing on the relationship between blood clots and embolic strokes, a condition that affects one American every 40 seconds.
Cardiologists, orthopedic surgeons, pulmonologists and many other physician groups know carrying extra weight puts a strain on your heart, muscles, bones and lungs. It also puts you at an increased risk for diabetes, infertility, arthritis and depression.