By age 10, nearly all kids have fatty streaks in their arteries. This is the first sign of atherosclerosis, the leading cause of death in the United States. So the question for most of us is not whether we should eat healthy to prevent heart disease, but whether we want to reverse the heart disease we may already have. Patients [...]
A disorder affecting the circulatory, & nervous systems that occurs when cervical nerves, the subclavian artery or subclavian veins are compressed between the cervical muscles or bands & the first rib, thereby restricting blood flow & or causing nerve symptoms.
Q: What causes ulceration and slow–healing wounds in a person with diabetes? A: High levels of blood glucose caused by diabetes can, over time, affect the nerves (neuropathy) and can lead to poor blood circulation making it hard for blood (needed for skin repair) to reach areas of the body affected by sores or wounds. Always see your doctor if [...]