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You’ve seen the crazy photo of cyclist Pawel Poljanski’s insane leg veins after his 70-hour Tour de France pump. And the Rock boasts a pretty impressive bicep vein, too. Plus,
Active Lifestyle, Spider / Varicose Veins, Weight Loss
by Dr. James O. Honors in Epidemiology, Ophthalmology Electives and Albert Einstein College of Medicine A Sad Case Struggling with Diabetes – Most people remember the popular movie Animal House and
Blood Circulation, Diabetes, Wound Healing
New research suggests that losing weight through diet and exercise could help improve blood circulation in the brains of older adults with type 2 diabetes, which can also help improve
Active Lifestyle, Blood Circulation, Brain
Deterioration of the Microcirculation in Diabetes
Abstract Studies of the microcirculation in diabetes in the last fifteen years have concentrated heavily on anatomic and biochemical abnormalities of the capillary basement membrane. Greater insights into basement membrane
Blood Circulation, Diabetes
Diabetes mellitus is a group of diseases characterized by abnormal metabolism of carbohydrates. In general, diabetes is classified in Type I in which there is absolute insulin deficiency due to
Blood Circulation, Diabetes
Abstract The microcirculation in diabetic and neuropathic feet is subject to the same changes found in other end organs of diabetic patients, such as the retina or the kidney. Complications
Blood Circulation, Diabetes, Neuropathy
The presence of cellulite is an aesthetically unacceptable cosmetic problem for most post-adolescent women. It is largely observed in the gluteal-fermoral regions with its ‘orange-peel’ or ‘cottage cheese’ appearance. It
Blood Circulation, Weight Loss
Did you know that poor circulation in the lower extremities occurs when plaque builds up in the arteries that supply blood to the legs?
Poor Circulation in Legs Poor circulation in the lower extremities occurs when plaque builds up in the arteries that supply blood to the legs. Symptoms such as pain, numbness, or
Active Lifestyle, Blood Circulation, Diabetes, Spider / Varicose Veins
Pollutants are dangerous compounds for living beings. Like water, CO2 is vital for life on Earth; thus, CO2 is not a pollutant or contaminant. The specific heat of CO2 is
Blood Circulation, Health News
Cellulite is a symptom of abnormal fat cell growth and an inflammatory response under the skin’s dermis layer. The skin’s dermis layer is known as the living skin, and it
Active Lifestyle, Blood Circulation, Weight Loss