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Can You Treat Poor Circulation With Vitamins?

Artery disease can restrict normal blood flow and impair artery function, and is a common cause of poor circulation. People with a...
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What Are the Side Effects of High Blood Sugar Levels?

High blood sugar, also known as hyperglycemia, occurs when the body has too little insulin, or cannot use it properly. Common caus...
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Diseases That Cause Easy Bruising in Children

Bruises are hardly unusual in children as they tend to fall down, run into each other and bump the furniture regularly. But bruisi...
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Blood Clot After Surgery Symptoms

Blood clots are not uncommon after surgery, especially major surgery on the pelvis, knees or hip. Blood clots, known as deep vein ...
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High Platelet Levels in the Blood

Platelets are created in your bone marrow and are an important component of blood clot formation. They are stored in the spleen, b...
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Food Sources of Statins

Statins are a class of drugs used to lower cholesterol levels. Plant sterols and stanols are natural statins, or phytosterols, whi...
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Four Functions of the Spleen

The lymphatic system has the responsibility of keeping you alive and healthy. The spleen, which is in the upper left abdominal are...
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Cardiac Cell Functions

The heart functions as the motor of the circulatory system, which consists of the heart, blood vessels and blood. The heart pumps ...
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Chinese Herbs to Lower Cholesterol

Chinese herbs are a natural, holistic approach to reducing elevated cholesterol levels. Some Chinese herbs help reduce total chole...
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Normal Oxygen Saturation for Infants

Normal Oxygen Saturation for Infants. The health of an infant is assessed in various ways, including observation and measurement o...
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