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How to Prevent Dangerous Blood Clots

  By posted Aug 16th 2012
Healthy Living

Deep vein thrombosis or blood clots mostly affect individuals with sedentary lifestyles. But it can happen to anyone with an injury, heart problems or someone with varicose veins. These are internal blood clots that can dislodge and travel via the artery or the vein either to limbs, heart or brain. Hence it is important to avoid blood clots from forming, and once formed - from traveling to different parts of the body.

 

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