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The words "compression socks" may conjure up dismaying images of the tight, thick black socks your grampa used to wear.
The holidays are upon us and many will be driving or flying to see family to celebrate.
Over the 2012 holiday season, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton found herself in the hospital due to a blood clot which was caused when she fell and hit her head.
Imagine this story. A woman has high cholesterol, requiring her to take a pill to lower her numbers. This causes her muscles to feel sore, inducing her to take routine pain medications.
There are always risks associated with drugs. Hormonal birth control is no exception. One of those risks is developing blood clots.
Normally blood clots is the body’s way of healing itself.
Have you recently been diagnosed with angina? Perhaps you have a family member or friend who’s living with angina and you’d just like to understand more about it and what it means to ...
The banner on the American Stroke Association reads “Power to End Stroke - You are the Power.” May is American Stroke Month and High Blood Pressure Awareness Month.
It was just announced by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) that 26 million Americans now have type II diabetes, and 79 million have pre-diabetes. If this doesn’t scare you it should.
If you’ve been diagnosed with atrial fibrillation, then it’s possible that your doctor may prescribe warfarin to help prevent blood clots from forming.
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EmpowHER Founder & Chairman Michelle King Robson shares her own personal health story and explains why women need to advocate for their own health and wellness!