Popular Anti-Clotting Device May Do More Harm than Good

In 1992, Susan Stedronsky Karnstedt was living in Chicago and flying around the world for work. Upon her return from a particular trip, she recalled having pain in her leg. She'd initially assumed it was a pulled muscle, but it turned out to be a potentially dangerous blood clot in a vein near her pelvis, partly attributed to her relentless plane travel.

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