You can't run from vein disease

The weather is nice and the days are longer. It’s the perfect chance to get in a nice long run after work and relieve stress. Runners are usually dedicated individuals, who stick to a pound the pavement routine, but that continuous impact can result in runners not only developing knee and ankle injuries but also varicose vein disease. Running doesn't cause varicose veins, but similar to pregnancy, it provides an environment in which those predisposed may develop the disease faster. Runners...