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Elle.com
May 2010

Flawless Skin, How to Treat Premature Spider Veins
"...spider veins are often treated with sclerotherapy, a process in which a doctor injects a chemical compound into the vein to collapse it."

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Glamour.com
May 2015

How to Prep Your Skin for Beach Season
"For a more permanent solution, look into sclerotherapy, a procedure in which solution is injected into the vein. 'The injection collapses the vein, which then reabsorbs back into the blood stream,' says Luis Navarro, M.D., director of the Vein Treatment Center in New York City"

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Newsday
February 2017

Varicose vein risk in pregnacy
Dr. Navarro shares his expertise on why pregnant women are more prone to these pesky veins, explaining that an increase in hormone levels, a greater volume of blood circulating throughout the body, and a larger uterus all affect blood flow and increase the risk of varicose veins. The piece also mentions what women can do to prevent varicose veins, and that injection treatments are available.

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First Time Parenting
January 2017

Varicose Veins and Pregnacy
n the piece, Dr. Navarro explains that pregnant women are more susceptible to varicose veins due to increased blood volume. He goes on to highlight many key points such as prevention and treatment. Specifically, he discusses painless sclerotherapy and EVLA (Endovenous Laser Ablation) treatment.

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CNN.com
December 2016

Stay Warm! Your Life May Depend On It
"Cold weather is also associated with weight gain, so another tip to stay warm and healthy this winter is to keep moving, said Dr. Luis Navarro, a physician and founder of the Vein Treatment Center in New York."

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Prevention.com
November 2016

6 Signs You Might Have Blood Clots
'"When blood clots form in this deeper system, they can be painful and very dangerous," says Luis Navarro, MD, founder of The Vein Treatment Center in New York City. This kind of clot is called a deep vein thrombosis, or DVT. DVTs are like roadblocks on your blood highway—they cause traffic jams in your circulation and prevent the blood flow that keeps your system up and running."

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SheFinds.com
November 2016

The One Reason You Should Never Sit With Crossed Legs
"It’s time to change that antiquated way of thinking, not only because we can sit however we darn well please, but because assuming a crossed-legged position is more dangerous to your health than you may realize. If you sit with crossed legs on a regular basis, you could be hindering your circulation and causing blood to pool in the legs, says Dr. Luis Navarro, founder of The Vein Treatment Center. And this warning is especially important to heed if you already have circulation problems."

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FoxNews.com
February 2014

How to Prevent Varicose Veins durning Pregnancy
“ ‘Pregnancy is one of the biggest accelerating factors in the formation of veins,’ said Dr. Luis Navarro, director of The Vein Treatment Center in New York City.”

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Yahoo! Style
January 2015

Human Ken Doll Explains Why He Got His Forehead Veins Removed
"According to Dr. Luis Navarro of the Vein Treatment Center, Jedlica has genetics and time to thank for his protruding veins. ‘As we age, the skin loses elasticity, and it is common for the veins on the face to become visible because the skin is thinner,’ explains Navarro. ‘Veins around the forehead and eyes are very common as we age.’"

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Women's Running
October 2016

The Benefits Of Walking 30 Minutes Every Day
"'Walking helps to improve circulation by strengthening our second heart. The second heart is a group of muscles, veins and valves located in our calf and foot,” explains Dr. Luis Navarro, Founder of The Vein Treatment Center. “With every step that we take, we push blood back up to our heart.'"

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NewYou.com
September 2014

Varicose Veins: Vascular Fix Its
"There’s a definite art to Sclerotherapy, mentions Dr. Luis Navarro, who operates the Vein Treatment Center in New York…Navarro also employs polarized light and magnification so that he can view underneath the patient’s skin. "

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SiempreMujer.com
October 2014

6 Cosas Que Debes Hacer Para Prevenir Las Varices
"Hablamos recientemente con el Dr. Luis Navarro, director medico del Vein Treatment Center, en la ciudad de Nueva York, y nos dio estos importantes consejos: correr parafortalecer el segundo corazon: Lost musculos de la pierna y la pantorrilla se denominan el “segundo corazon” porque ayudan a las venas a impulsar la sangre. Los ejercicios fisicos fortalecen esos musculos…"

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NewYou.com
December 2013

Not in Vein
“Dr. Luis Navarro, MD, medical director of The Vein Treatment Center in New York, considers ultrasound an invaluable tool. ‘It’s indispensable-like a phlebologist’s stethoscope,’ he says. With good reason: It can help prevent re-dos.”

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TheDailyMeal.com
December 2013

How to Avoid Getting Sick When Flying
“Dr. Luis Navarro, director of The Vein Treatment Center in New York City, says that one of the main things to remember is to stay hydrated. Not only is it important to stay hydrated to help keep your nose and throat moist but as the lack of oxygen in the air makes blood thicker, passengers are prone to another unwanted health issue: blood clots.”

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SmartMeetings.com
April 2014

Stand Up to Long Flights and Other Travel Tips
“Or is it? According to Dr. Luis Navarro, a top New York City board – certified vein specialist, your travel experience would likely be a lot more comfortable by taking a few minutes to increase healthy blood circulation mid-flight or during long drives.”

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RedbookMag.com
August 2009

Get Gorgeous in 4 Weeks - Day 23: Zap Leg Veins
"A new wavelength combined with a cooling device can treat some veins that used to require injections, explains Luis Navarro, M.D., founder of the Vein Treatment Center in New York City.”

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SheFinds.com
December 2016

How to Prep Your Skin for Beach Season
"The best treatments for varicose veins are sclerotherapy (for smaller varicose veins and spider veins) and Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLA), also referred to as Endolaser, EVLT for larger varicose veins," says Dr. Luis Navarro, Founder of The Vein Treatment Center in NYC. "A great treatment for minor varicose veins that aren’t severe is painless sclerotherapy, or ‘injection therapy.’ A mild chemical solution is injected into the vein, causing it to collapse. The body then reabsorbs the vein and blood is re-routed to a healthy vein, restoring proper venous circulation in the area."

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Foxnews.com/health
April 2014

Pain-free solution for spider veins
"I always wore long dresses. I never allowed myself to wear anything shorter, because eventually it spread to the bottom of my legs,” Rehfield, certified home redesigner, told FoxNews.com. “I thought it would be something that would be way later on for me, but it wasn't— it was young and it was devastating."

Decades later, the mother of two sought help from Dr. Luis Navarro, founder of The Vein Treatment Center in New York City.

Navarro has been treating veins for more than 25 years and developed a new technique called cryosclerotherapy.

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ExpertBeacon.com
February 2014

Sclerotherapy can Help Treat Spider and Varicose Veins
“Sclerotherapy is the most advanced and effective method for treating spider and varicose veins.”

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SheKnows.com
September 2013

4 Ways to Combat Ugly Spider Veins
“When a women develops spider veins, it is most often due to genetics, as the hereditary condition is passed along from generation to generation. If a woman is genetically predisposed, the veins will develop due to her inherited weak veins walls or valves…However, even those predisposed to the venous disorder can take preventive measures.”

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Women’s Health
March 2011

Disguise Veins
“Get A Leg Up- Disguised Veins: Caught in a tangled web of unsightly spider veins? Blame your mom or your kids. ‘Genetic predisposition and hormones associated with birth control and pregnancy are big factors,’ says Luis Navarro, M.D., founder and director of the Vein Treatment Center in New York.”

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Shape Magazine
May 2009

Love Your Legs
“Love Your Legs- The heat it emits causes the vessel to collapse painlessly, and the blood is reabsorbed by your body.”

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Siempre Mujer
May 2011

De Piernas Impecables
“De Piernas Impecables- Dr. Luis Navarro, fundador del Vein Treatment Center, en Nueva York, ha creado un tratamiento que combina la escleroterapia (inyecciones que deshacen la vena) con la crioterapia (golpes de aire frio duranta el proceso) para de esta manera minimizer el dolor.”

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RealSelf.com
May 2013

The #Fix: How to Erase Varicose Veins
“He said, the latest treatment to get rid of varicose veins is Cryo-sclerotheraphy. 'It's a combination of standard sclerotheraphy (injecting a solution into the vein) and cryotheraphy, a machine that delivers burst of super-cooled air to numb the skin and reduce pain,' says Dr. Navarro.”

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MSN.com
February 2010

How to Get Gorgeous Legs
“How to get Gorgeous Legs- To treat small to midsize varicose veins, sclerotherapy is the gold standard,” says Luis Navarro, medical director of New York City’s Vein Treatment Center, of the injections designed to irritate the inner lining of the vein so it collapses and disappears.”

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BabyZone.com
July 2009

Put Up Your Feet
“Three, 20-minute exercise sessions a week should do the trick, says Dr. Navarro, and you can mix it up with a variety of low-impact activities such as walking, hiking, leg lifts or yoga.”

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FitPregnancy.com
October 2009

Leg Up-Lifts: Don't Let Varicose Veins Get Yo Down
“Heredity largely determines who will get varicose veins,” says Navarro, “but all pregnant women are at risk because the growing uterus presses on the large blood vessel called the inferior vena cava, slowing the return of blood from the legs to the heart.”

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El Diario
June 2013

Evita Que Te delanten
"Lo importante es que la gente sepa que las manos se pueden tratar y mejorar muy facilmente, concluyen el Dr. Navarro."

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El Diario
October 2016

Las eternas enemigas de tus piernas
"El 60 u 80% de las personas que tienen varices es por herencia familiar, que frecuentemente viene de parte de la madre”, dice el Dr. Luis Navarro, fundador y director de The Vein Treatment Center en Manhattan, Nueva York ( http://www.veintreatmentcenter.com) ."

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LatinosHealth.com
December 2016

Winter: Health Risks and Tips to Stay Healthy
"Even though the weather is cold outside, it is suggested by Dr. Luis Navarro, the Vein Treatment Center's physician and founder to keep doing exercise. Exercise and move around help a body to stay warm and healthy."

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MonstersAndCritics.com
October 2009

Ten Tips to Keep Legs Looking Good
“According to Dr. Luis Navarro of the Vein Treatment Center in New York, Varicose veins are a progressive disease that cane eventually lead to ankle swelling, pigmentation, ulceration, bleeding and advanced Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI). Dr. Navarro says, 'It’s important to see medical treatment early in order to stop the natural progression of this disease, and reduce symptoms to achieve the best possible cosmetic results.'”

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eMaxHealth.com
December 2012

Make Varicose Veins Go Away, The Dr. Oz Way
"'It's the body gripe over 60% of women complain about-varicose veins,' says Dr. Oz as he introduces special guest Dr. Luis Navarro, MD, FACS and founder of the Vein Treatment Center who says that he a new, non-surgical way to remove varicose veins with cryo-sclerotherapy."

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SnobEssentials.com
December 2014

Running and Varicose Veins: Are They Connected?
"Dr. Luis Navarro of the Vein Treatment Center, said that there was long thought to be a relationship between running and varicose veins. He explained that, of course, exercise is very good for vascular health and that it improves circulation. He calls the ‘second heart’ a system of muscles, veins, and valves in the calf and foot that work together to push deoxygenated blood back up to the heart and lungs; this is a good thing. "

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LaPetiteBlog.com
January 2015

Run For It!
"In comes New York’s top vein specialist, Dr. Luis Navarro of the Vein Treatment Center, to discuss the relationship between running and varicose veins – take notes les petites as it’s always good to be in the know!"

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WomensHealthMag.com
March 2015

How to Get Rid of Those EVIL Spider Veins
" ‘Smoking, obesity, and hormonal birth control can all contribute to the formation of spider veins,’ says Luis Navarro, M.D., a board-certified surgeon and the director of the Vein Treatment Center in New York City. ‘Smoking and obesity can restrict circulation, which in turn causes vessels to swell, which causes spider veins.’"

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MensHealth.com
December 2016

6 Signs You Might Have a Blood Clot
Learning these red flags could save your life. "When blood clots form in this deeper system, they can be painful and very dangerous,” says Dr Luis Navarro, founder of the Vein Treatment Centre in New York City. “Blood clots can block the healthy flow of blood in the legs, and blood can pool behind the clot, causing swelling,” says Dr. Navarro.

“Unfortunately, pain from a blood clot can easily be mistaken for a muscle cramp or strain, which is why the issue often goes undiagnosed,” says Dr. Navarro. “The cough will be dry, but sometimes people can cough up mucus and/or blood,” says Dr. Navarro. When in doubt, phone your doctor or go straight to the ER.

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Bicycling.com
January 2017

6 Signs You Might Have a Blood Clot

Learn the signs of this potentially life-threatening condition

"When blood clots form in this deeper system, they can be painful and very dangerous," says Luis Navarro, MD, founder of The Vein Treatment Center in New York City. This kind of clot is called a deep vein thrombosis, or DVT. DVTs are like roadblocks on your blood highway—they cause traffic jams in your circulation and prevent the blood flow that keeps your system up and running.

"It's important to recognize symptoms because they can often be minimal or overlooked," and getting prompt treatment is key, says Navarro.

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LiveStrong.com
January 2015

What is the Cause of Swollen Veins & Sore Ankles When Running?
"Dr. Luis Navarro, director of the Vein Treatment Center in New York, notes that running supports healthy blood circulation in legs by prompting blood flow from your legs to your heart. In addition to alleviating these varicose vein symptoms, running can prevent new varicose veins from forming. "

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MomTrends.com
December 2013

Healthy Holiday Travel Tips
“To help us out, we are excited to share some tips from Dr. Luis Navarro Circulatory Expert and Director of The Vein Treatment Center, who offered us some easy and effective ways to optimize blood circulation, and prevent health scares while traveling.”

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LatinaOnAMission.com
December 2013

10 Tips to Prevent Spider Veins and Varicose Veins
“Finally, I decided to take matters into my own hands and went to a specialist who administered sclerotherapy injections. The process took several injections over the course of several months. I no longer have varicose and spider veins… Below I noted Dr. Navarro’s 10 tips to prevent spider veins and varicose veins, while optimizing circulation.”

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FitBottomedMamas.com
April 2014

Flying While Pregnant: 10 Tips for a Comfortable Flight
“Today, we have Dr. Luis Navarro, circulatory expert and director of The Vein Treatment Center, who is offering up some ways to optimize blood circulation for flying while pregnant in order to prevent blood clots in the lower legs.”

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BeautyHigh.com
February 2014

Natural Remedies for Spider Veins
“But, that doesn’t mean you have to resign yourself to collecting these unsightly black-and-blue annoyances up and down gams. ‘Spider veins are usually a hereditary condition, but there are natural methods that may help prevent them in the long run,’ says Dr. Luis Navarro, founder and director of The Vein Treatment Center in New York City. ‘If you already have spider veins, they cannot be removed without a treatment. However, there are ways to relieve the fatigue and swelling associated with them.’”

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BeautyBlvd.com
September 2013

Prevent Spider Veins Durning Pregnancy
“…I was able to get some tips from Dr. Luis Navarro, Founder and Director of The Vein Treatment Center. He explains, ‘the development of varicose and or spider veins is common during pregnancy, because pressure is put on the large vein on the lower part of the body as the uterus grows. This increases pressure in the leg veins, which causes them to stretch and swell, forming varicose and/or spider veins. Also, the amount of blood in the body increases when pregnant, adding to the burden on a women’s veins overall. For a low-impact exercise that improves circulation, try swimming.’”

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CertifiedFABULOUS.com
August 2014

Summer Health Tips: Prevent Spider Veins
"Dr. Luis Navarro, Director of The Vein Treatment Center in New York, NY, and one of the most well-respected and established physicians in the country, has devoted his life’s work to the treatment of venous disorders (varicose and spider veins). "

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BeautyWorldNews.com
November 2014

Marathon Season: Exert Talks About How Running & Varicose Veins Are Related Part 1
"So just how are varicose veins and running related? We tapped New York City’s top vein specialist, Dr. Luis Navarro of the Vein Treatment Center, to discuss the relationship between the two."

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BeautyWorldNews.com
November 2014

Marathon Season: Exert Talks About How Running & Varicose Veins Are Related Part 2
"Wanna know how to treat varicose veins> Dr. Navarro of the Vein Treatment Center, has been breaking all the details down for us."

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MedicalDaily.com
November 2014

Varicose Veins From Sitting Cross-Legged?
"Dr. Luis Navarro of the Vein Treatment Center told Beauty World News that although these veins are generally hereditary, ‘certain lifestyle factors can increase the probability of veins appearing.’ Navarro cited running as one of these lifestyle factors."

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BeautyTidbits.com
December 2014

Do’s and Don’ts for Preventing Varicose and Spider Veins
"Today, I have a few tips for diminishing the appearance of spider and varicose veins from New York City’s top vein specialis, Dr. Luis Navarro of the Vein Treatment Center. He also explains the newest non-invasive treatment available to fix existing veins. "

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MyLifetime.com
March 2010

Expert Advice: Unsightly Veins
“Expert Advice: Unsightly Veins- An acclaimed surgeon and founder of the Vein Treatment Center in NYC, Dr. Navarro has been one of Hollywood’s most-beloved specialists for over 25 years, both for his extraordinary talent and ironclad discretions.”

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Ageist Beauty
June 2015

Ask the Expert: Why do I have Spider Veins
“I sat down with Luis Navarro, M.D., FACS, FACPh, founder and medical director of The Vein Treatment Center in New York City. Dr. Navarro is a pioneer in the development of new techniques to treat varicose and spider veins. ”

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USA Today
July 2015

In-flight Illness and Ailments (and How to Avoid Them)
“Dr. Luis Navarro of the Vein Treatment Center of New York notes fliers should avoid salty foods, and should walk the aisles, rotate ankles and feet along with flexing toes, and elevate feet 6-12 inches above the heart (awkward but good for you) to stave off DVT as well as fatigue and leg swelling. While not uber fashionable, compression stockings as an added layer of muscle to assist circulation. ”

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Beauty News NYC
September 2015

Get Sexy Legs Again at the Vein Treatment Center
"I headed to the Vein Treatment Center on New York’s Upper East Side, a facility specializing exclusively in the treatment of spider and varicose veins. The website says that new non-invasive procedures were developed in the facility including EVLT and painless sclerotherapy with great cosmetic results. These methods have revolutionized the specialty, allowing patients to get treatment in half an hour. It sounded good to me so I went to check it out…"

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MimiChatter
October 2015

The Easiest Way to Make Your Boobs Look Prettier
" I spoke with Dr. Luis Navarro of The Vein Treatment Center about my woes and he gave some insightful information on what causes noticeable veins, ways to prevent them, and how to treat them once they've popped up. This way, I can go back to loving my chest in all its glory. Navarro explained, ‘There are several reasons as to why veins appear in the breasts. First off, genetics can play a big role. Even at a young age some girls will notice pronounced veins on their chest during puberty.’ He went on, ‘Breast augmentation procedures can also cause veins to appear on the surface of the skin…”

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Everyday Health
October 2015

The Best Ways to Treat Varicose Veins

"Swollen, twisted, and enlarged veins seen under the skin, known as varicose veins, can cause achiness as well as embarrassment. 'Varicose veins develop due to a weakening vein valves and vein walls,' explains Luis Navarro, MD, director of the Vein Treatment Center in New York City. 'The weakening of the valves causes the blood to pool, stretching the vein and causing it to protrude through the skin.'..."

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Daily News
November 2015

Survival and Health Tips for Holiday Workers
"Dr. Luis Navarro, a vein specialist, sees an average of 100 to 200 people a week in his practice – The Vein Treatment Center. ‘Out of the total number of patients I see, a significant portion of them have vein issues, which are heightened from them standing on their feet because of their occupation, such as retail workers, teachers, nurses, etc.,’ Navarro said…"

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Thrillist
January 2016

How to Avoid Blood Clots (DVT) on your Next Flight
"We talked to Dr. Navarro, director of the Vein Treatment Center in New York, NY, who gave us some helpful tips to prevent blood clots during flights..."

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TheActiveTimes.com
December 2016

The Biggest Health Scares of 2016
Venous issues have become more prevalent in 2016. Dr. Luis Navarro, Founder of The Vein Treatment Center in NYC explains that varicose veins ia a vascular disease that causes twisted and swollen veins. It "affects up to 35 percent of Americans," he says.

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