Your carotid arteries are the two major vessels that transport blood to your brain, and are located on either side of your neck. When one or both become narrowed or blocked, you are suffering from carotid artery disease. This is typically caused by other diseases that either cause a buildup of plaque in your arteries

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Venous insufficiency is used to describe any condition where the veins in your legs are unable to adequately send blood back to the heart. This can lead to blood pooling in the legs which in turn can cause even more medical problems.   The most common triggers of venous insufficiency are blood clots or varicose

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One of the most common diseases that affects the veins in your legs is Chronic Venous Disease. When the valves that control blood flow between your legs and heart fail to work properly, blood may flow backwards in the veins. This can cause pooled blood and increased vascular pressure that leads to chronic venous disease.

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Michigan residents know, winter makes everyday tasks much more difficult. Though our state transforms into an enchanting landscape, simple endeavors like taking a walk are proved challenging this time of year. You may think that your sore legs are due to shoveling but the pain might be an underlying problem that is more serious. Peripheral

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Do you have health goals for the New Year? If so, congratulations! You are taking positive steps to improve your life. It is easy to feel motivation when setting goals but following through sometimes proves to be a struggle. We have tips to help you stay on track with your 2017 health aspirations:   Use

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