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Bo Kimble watched Hank Gathers die. Now he wants Chris Bosh to retire.

Miami Heat officials are reportedly not sure that Chris Bosh, who has endured multiple blood clotting issues over the past two seasons, can ever play again. For his part, the veteran forward repeatedly indicated that he wanted to return this past season, after having been sidelined for a second straight February. One observer who wishes […]

Bone cement company accused of experimenting on humans

SEATTLE (AP) — Reba Golden hurt her back after falling two floors while building an addition to her house in Honduras. But when she returned to Seattle for a routine spinal surgery, she suffered blood clots, severe bleeding and died in 2007 on the operating table. Joan Bryant’s back had bothered her since a 1990 […]

Penn Vet research suggests a way to identify animals at risk of blood clots

Patients who are critically ill, be they dog, cat or human, have a tendency toward blood clotting disorders. When the formation of a clot takes too long, it puts them at risk of uncontrolled bleeding. But the other extreme is also dangerous; if blood clots too readily, it can lead to organ failure or even death if a clot goes to the lungs, brain or heart. read more

Research suggests a way to identify animals at risk of blood clots

A common diagnostic tool often used to identify patients at risk of bleeding may also be used to identify those predisposed to clot excessively, new findings from a retrospective study has found.

Pat Riley Comments on Chris Bosh's Blood Clot Condition, Hassan Whiteside, More

The Miami Heat look at 2015-16 as a missed opportunity. They were one game away from a conference finals berth despite their roster being depleted by injuries, specifically to Chris Bosh and Hassan Whiteside. The two Miami big men were...Show More Summary

Mom shares story about son's head injury from bike accident to warn others

After a fractured skull and a blood clot in the brain, Jaden and Tiffany Rivera want to spread a message: Always wear helmets when riding bikes.

Report: Heat Fear Chris Bosh May Not Be Able To Play Again

last weekSports : Deadspin

Two straight years, Chris Bosh’s season has ended in February, as he’s battled multiple occurrences of blood clots. At best, the symptoms and treatments make him unable to play basketball; at worst, his condition is life-affecting and even, potentially, fatal. Show More Summary

New technology detects blood clots with simple in-home test

New research leads to a screening test for patients on blood thinners to reduce the risk for a blood clot or stroke that's as easy as an in-home diabetes test.

New technology detects blood clots with simple in-home test

For millions of Americans at risk for blood clots, strokes and hypertension, routine lab tests to monitor blood-thinning medications can be frequent, costly and painful. Two professors in a laboratory looking at a slide together Andrew...Show More Summary

NBA Rumors: Miami Heat PF Chris Bosh May Never Play Again

Chris Bosh has been out for an extended period of time due to a blood clot issue in his legs and the Miami Heat have officially ruled out his return in 2016. Now the concern turns to when he can come back in the future. According to Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, there... Show More Summary

Temple study examines whether compression stockings can prevent post-thrombotic syndrome

(Philadelphia, PA) - Deep vein thrombosis occurs when a blood clot forms in a vein, often in the deep veins of the legs, thigh or pelvis. Approximately half of people with this problem will develop post thrombotic syndrome -- a condition marked by pain, swelling, redness and chronic sores in the affected legs. read more

Chris Bosh reportedly pressuring Miami to allow him to play

Chris Bosh has not played a game since the All-Star break due to a recurring blood clot issue.

Can Athletes Get Abnormal Blood Clots? Yes!

University of Vermont blood-clotting expert Mary Cushman, M.D., M.Sc., talks about the reasons why sometimes fatal blood clots occur in elite athletes like the Portland Trail Blazers' Jerome Kersey, tennis great Serena Williams and most recently, the Miami Heat's Chris Bosh.

Chris Bosh to sit out the rest of the year with blood clots

Bosh decided to sit out the rest of the season instead of risking his health by taking blood thinners. Chris Bosh won't be returning for the Miami Heat in the 2016 NBA Playoffs. The veteran big man will sit out the rest of the postseason...Show More Summary

Who should decide if Chris Bosh plays?

The Heat superstar is pressing harder to convince the Heat to let him play after he suffered more blood clot issues in February, and is even involving the players union. But if the Heat are skeptical, the franchise is right to hold strong. Show More Summary

Report: Chris Bosh and the Heat at Odds Over Medical Condition

The Miami Heat have advanced to the second round of the NBA Playoffs, and there’s no telling if Chris Bosh (out of the lineup since mid-February due to blood clots) The post Report: Chris Bosh and the Heat at Odds Over Medical Condition appeared first on SLAMonline.

Reports: The Disagreement Between Chris Bosh And The Heat Over His Health Is Getting Messy

3 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

Miami Heat big man Chris Bosh hasn’t played since the All-Star break, after a reoccurrence of the blood clots that sidelined him last season . According to a number of reports, though the blood clots have dissipated, Bosh and the Heat are at an impasse about when he can return to the court, and the situation is threatening to turn ugly. Read more...

Physical inactivity increases risk of thrombosis

Women with poor physical fitness display significantly higher platelet activation than women with average to very good fitness. Platelet (thrombocyte) activation can lead to the formation of potentially life-threatening blood clots. These blood clots can block blood vessels (thrombosis) and cut off the blood supply to organs.

Chris Bosh Reportedly Pressuring Heat to Allow Return from Blood Clots

During his ESPN Radio show on Monday, Dan Le Batard reported (via Jason Lieser of the Palm Beach Post ) a rift may be growing between Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat. According to Le Batard, Bosh is pushing for a return to the court, while...Show More Summary

Heat Off to the Second Round, and Deng a Big Reason Why

Luol Deng's role with the Miami Heat changed out of necessity in February, when the team lost Chris Bosh for the second consecutive season to a blood clot at the All-Star break.

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