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Tag Archives: Vascular Center

The Difference Between Angina and Heart Attack

Chest tightness or discomfort doesn’t only have to be a warning sign of a heart attack. The symptoms of angina may be very similar to the former but both heart attack and angina have significant differences, especially in their causes and a few of their symptoms. For a Cardiovascular Specialist in New Jersey, it is …Continue reading

Heart Health Tip: Coronary Artery Disease Prevention

When the major blood vessels, especially the coronary arteries that supply the heart with blood, oxygen, and nutrients are damaged or become ill, Coronary Artery Disease develops. Also known as CAD, the disease reduces the blood flow through coronary arteries due to a buildup of sticky cholesterol and other substances inside the artery walls. Cardiovascular …Continue reading

3 Key Ways to Prevent Varicose Veins

Various factors can cause varicose veins. Risk factors include obesity, age, prolonged standing or sitting, family history, pregnancy, and others. Some of these risk factors (i.e. family history) are harder to avoid than others. But is there a way to stop varicose veins from forming? Unfortunately, there is no way to completely prevent varicose veins. …Continue reading

General Things to Know About Venous Insufficiency

Venous insufficiency occurs when the veins are experiencing troubles sending blood from the limbs to the heart. Due to the improper flow of blood to the heart, blood pools in the veins of the legs. Check out the things you should know about this condition. Causes There are several causes of venous insufficiency. The most …Continue reading

Varicose Veins: What You Need to Know

When the veins get swollen and enlarged, they are called varicose veins. This occurrence commonly appears at the person’s legs. Those who are very susceptible to acquiring varicose veins are pregnant women and those who are overweight. According to this study, it is estimated that in every 4 American adults, 1 of them gets varicose …Continue reading