Heart Condition Blood Clots Articles
It's safe to say there is plenty of hard science to back up the health benefit claims of green tea. More specifically, evidence suggests the harmful effects of the oxidation of cholesterol in the bloodstream…
If you're pregnant or planning to become pregnant, it's important to know about blood clot risks.
A blood clot can be life-altering, affecting many aspects of your daily routine even after you leave the hospital.
Your thyroid affects many parts of your body, including your heart. Weight gain caused by hypothyroidism could lead to heart problems.
The pill's link to blood clots has been making headlines lately, but not everyone has to worry.
There are many different kinds of peripheral vascular diseases. Some are merely uncomfortable or inconvenient, but others may be serious.
Varicose veins are a form of peripheral vascular disease, and though they aren't usually a serious health issue, they may lead to other complications.
There are many treatment options and heart-healthy lifestyle changes you can make to limit its impact.
Aspirin therapy is a popular method of heart health maintenance, however many people are doing it without a recommendation from their doctor and may be doing more harm than good.
Dr. Gary has proven tips to help you learn how to look out for yourself and become your own best advocate as you deal with heart problems.
Having a VTE raises your risk for having another. Simple lifestyle changes can help to reduce that risk.
There are approximately one million cases of VTE every year, and about two-thirds happen during or shortly after hospitalization.
To better treat deep vein thrombosis, physicians in Canada are reevaluating their approach.
More than 800,000 Americans undergo hip or knee replacement surgery every year. One concern for these patients is the risk of deep vein thrombosis.
More than five hours of TV per day may greatly increase your risk of blood clots, study shows.
Heart attacks can’t always be avoided. The best way to survive is to know what to do if you have possible heart attack symptoms.