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What is CVD?

What is CVD?

CVD (Chronic venous disease, also known as chronic venous insufficiency) refers to several vein problems. And all of those problems are chronic. But what does that mean for you? If you have CVD, you may develop varicose veins, spider veins, and/or ulcers on your lower legs.

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Check out the Gel and Bandage that Could Cure Leg Ulcers

Check out the Gel and Bandage that Could Cure Leg Ulcers

If you have untreated vascular disease, you could develop leg ulcers. These open sores often develop just above your ankle, on the inside of your leg. But, what causes them to develop? When your veins aren’t functioning well—as is the case if you’ve got varicose veins —the pressure inside those veins can build up rapidly.

Heart Month Update: Is PAD in Men and Women Different?

Heart Month Update: Is PAD in Men and Women Different?

This February, we want to tell you about PAD in men and women. Because its the month we mark American Heart month by raising awareness for heart disease. And PAD is just that. Remember: peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) occurs when plaque in your arteries slows the flow of blood from your heart to the rest of your body.

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