But according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, smoking wreaks cardiovascular consequences ranging from damaged arteries and lower levels of "good" cholesterol to sticky blood
that's more prone to clotting.
Prof Quenby quickly discovered Laura had Antiphospholipid Syndrome, also known as "sticky blood
syndrome", which can cause recurring miscarriages.
Laura Worsley, 35, has "sticky blood
syndrome" and chronic histiocytic intervillositis, which affect her ability to have children.
Keller has learned since the stroke that he has a blood disorder referred to as "sticky blood
," which makes him likely to suffer clots.
Desperate to know what was wrong with her, she pushed for a scan and finally learned that she was suffering from "sticky blood
She was diagnosed with antiphospholipid or "sticky blood
" syndrome, which increases the risk of potentially fatal blood clots like deep vein thrombosis.
from high homocysteine (MTHFR polymorphisms) or toxic, infected, teeth cause heart attacks, strokes, deep vein thromboses, and pulmonary embolism.
The folk songs in the background about treating the girl child with tender care mock Monali's numbing pain and grief as she repeatedly tries to wash off the sticky blood
of lust from her wounded private parts.
When thedoctorsremovedtheirhandsfromyourmother and lifted you up to the sky, it was as though they removed a trove of pearls and diamonds and rubies all covered in sticky blood
Actress Holly Matthews revealed she was forced to inject herself daily to protect her unborn child after being diagnosed with a problem commonly known as sticky blood
Studies suggest that catechins protect the artery walls against the damage that causes heart disease and prevents formation of sticky blood
One of the worst pests of corn in the world, the corn rootworm, may owe its success partly to its larvae's very sticky blood