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A varicose vein is an abnormal dilation of the vessels that carry blood back to the heart. Although veins are located throughout the body, varicose veins are most commonly seen in the legs. This video looks at who's at risk for this condition, typical symptoms, and available treatments.
A Veteran may not show any signs of wanting to self-harm before doing so. But there are some signs to look for. And certain conditions that can put a person at risk.
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An active lifestyle can make you feel better at any age. With a few easy steps, you can add fitness to your life now.
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Last updated December 9, 2015