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Cardiology How to Reduce Your Chances of Having a Stroke Learn what puts you at risk for having a stroke and some preventative measures you can take to reduce your chances of having one. Vascular Surgery Varicose Veins and Blood Clots: What You Need to Know Gnarled, twisted veins slow blood flow and can cause blood clots. Look for these subtle signs to see whether a blood clot is superficial or serious. Vascular Surgery Suffering From Leg Pain At Night? Try These Tips You don't want anything to disrupt your sleep — especially not leg pain. Try these tips to eliminate aching legs from varicose veins and sleep soundly all night. Vascular Surgery How to Deal With Varicose Veins During and After Your Pregnancy Carrying a child brings many changes, including varicose veins in some unexpected places. Vascular Surgery Don't Just Stand There! Move Often to Prevent Pain from Varicose Veins Exercise keeps the blood in your legs flowing, reducing the risks and pain that varicose veins can bring. Vein Therapy Center Road Trippin' Without Leg Pain and Fatigue Long drives and cramped flights lead to leg aches and pains. Take care of your lower limbs to reach your summer travel destination pain-free. Vascular Surgery How Your Veins Are a Road Map to Your Health Your veins are a vital part of the inner workings of your body, even if they sometimes appear unsightly from the surface. Cardiology New Blood Pressure Standards Standards for blood pressure readings have changed. There is a new, lower standard for high blood pressure increasing the number of adults in the US with hypertension by 30 million. Check out the new standards to see where your reading lies. Unchecked high blood pressure can lead to even more serious health issues. Patient Stories Peripheral Artery Disease Patient Is Driven to Live Fully Read one man's story about persevering over peripheral artery disease. Patient Stories From Barely Being Able to Walk to Running an 8k A patient who could barely walk before coming to The Iowa Clinic, shares his story on how Dr. Eric Scott and the Vascular Surgery Department changed his life.
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