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03/22 DR. ROBERT LOOKSTEIN, SEAMUS MULLEN, LIMOR SUSS

03/22 DR. ROBERT LOOKSTEIN, SEAMUS MULLEN, LIMOR SUSS

DR. ROBERT LOOKSTEIN  - IT'S SPRING BREAK & SUMMER VACATION PLANNING TIME! THE HEALTH RISKS SURROUNDING LONG-DISTANCE TRAVELTHE HEALTH RISKS SURROUNDING LONG-DISTANCE TRAVELAS OIL & GAS PRICES CONTINUE TO DROP, MORE PEOPLE MAY BE TAKING TO THE ROADS & SKYThe falling price of oil means two things for travelers: cheaper gas and airline deals. But before you jet or drive off to that much needed break, you should know about an unexpected health danger that could turn your vacation into something much worse. A condition known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT) can occur when blood clots form in the deep veins of your legs after sitting still in a confined space for a long period of time. In fact, traveling for more than four hours by car, train or plane can put you at risk for DVT.It is important to know what can increase your risk of DVT as most people who develop travel-associated blood clots have one or more other risk factors, as well.Risk Factors Can Include:• Being older t

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