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As 180 entrants prepared to run the Camo Run 2017 supporting Veterans and their families at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis, Indiana, 14-year-old Dylan Letendre stopped by the booth of Pasadena-based
Active Lifestyle, User Story
Chronic venous insufficiency is a widespread disease of great socio-economic relevance. It is characterized by accompanying venous hypertension due to valvular dysfunction or valvular insufficiency. The high pressure in the
Blood Circulation, Neuropathy, Spider / Varicose Veins, Wound Healing
In a decades-long struggle to control her weight, Carolyn Mills joined the YMCA many times, signed up for the Jenny Craig diet program and tried fen-phen, the drug combination later
Active Lifestyle, Weight Loss
Peripheral edema is the result/manifestation of many diseases, inflammation processes, and loss of body compensatory mechanism of chronic conditions, but the first pathophysiology disturbance is at the capillary level (microcirculation).
Cardiovascular, Diabetes, Wound Healing
By virtue of the fact that Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) approved human clinical studies with D’OXYVA®  and concluded that it was a Non-Significant Risk (NSR) device, D’OXYVA®  has an approved Investigational Device
Company News
We all know how a poor blood circulation can affect our state of health but do you also know that a poor blood circulation can adversely affect our state of
Skin Health, Wound Healing
What is D’OXYVA? The D’OXYVA®  device is a simple, commercially- available device to deliver transdermal carbon dioxide (CO2). It consists of a patented and patent-pending ergonomic polymer shell that is
Active Lifestyle, Cardiovascular, Diabetes, Skin Health, Stroke, Weight Loss, Wound Healing
NEW YORK—Cerebral blood flow (CBF) in healthy older people predicts cognitive function four years later, according to results from an arterial-spin-labeling perfusion-MRI study. “Specifically, we found that brain blood flow
Blood Circulation, Brain
ABSTRACT In neonates, cardiovascular system development does not stop after the transition from intra-uterine to extra-uterine life and is not limited to the macrocirculation. The microcirculation (MC), which is essential
Blood Circulation