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Chefs at higher risk for vein issues

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Lawyers and varicose veins

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Risk of varicose veins among healthcare professionals The overwhelming responsibility of serving others requires healthcare professionals to be on your feet. Nurses have a line of patients to take care of every day and little time to rest. Almost half of us adults experience some venous disease and nurses are inclined to it because of the long hours on their feet. Varicose veins are veins that look bulgy and protrude out to be visible through the skin. It can cause pain, swelling, tiredness and different symptoms. They’re brought about by damaged blood valves that lose their capability to push blood...

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Obesity and varicose veins

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Tall people and Varicose veins It’s rare to find a tall person complain about having a model’s height. You can also easily reach the top-shelf at the grocery store. Unfortunately, tall people have higher chances of having varicose veins. Varicose veins aren’t just an appearance sore spot. They can be painful and when left undetected and untreated, leads to ulcers and blood clots. The swelling, enlarged purple or blue veins that develop on the legs and feet come due to several reasons, some being the excess pressure on your veins from being overweight, heredity, lack of blood circulation for a...

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