Sunday, 22 January 2017

Statins could prevent venous thrombosis

Venous thrombosis (VTE), where clots form in the vein in the legs or lungs, is believed responsible for 25,000 hospital-based deaths across the globe.

Statins could prevent a leading cause of hospital deaths worldwide, new research suggests.

The cheap daily pills reduce the risk of potentially fatal blood clots forming in the veins by up to 25%, scientists claim.


Blood clots (venous thrombosis) in veins can be fatal

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Jin Ji Du Li - Golden Rooster Stance 金鸡独立

Golden cock stand on one leg, a simple and effective health exercise.

Its a foundation movement that trains our balance and focus, especially helps your ankles, thigh muscles,calve muscle and Focus. For more challenging task, close your eyes for 1 minute.

Read the benefits of golden rooster stance here.