Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh reportedly is being treated with blood thinners for the second time in a year. Medical experts say it's not unusual for blood clots to reappear.
Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh reportedly is being treated with blood thinners for the second time in a year. Medical experts say it's not unusual for blood clots to reappear. Hector Gabino hgabino@elnuevoherald.com
Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh reportedly is being treated with blood thinners for the second time in a year. Medical experts say it's not unusual for blood clots to reappear. Hector Gabino hgabino@elnuevoherald.com

Medical experts weigh in on Miami Heat star Chris Bosh’s second bout with blood clot

February 16, 2016 09:06 PM

UPDATED February 17, 2016 12:53 AM

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  • New high blood pressure guidelines mean 30 million more Americans have hypertension

    Under the new guidelines, the number of adults with high blood pressure will rise to 103 million from 72 million. Hypertension is the leading cause of heart disease and heart-related deaths in the U.S. and worldwide.