Ask for Early Colon Cancer Screening Based on Your Family History
If colon cancer runs in your family, it could affect your colon cancer screening age – the age when you should begin getting screened for the disease.
If colon cancer runs in your family, it could affect your colon cancer screening age – the age when you should begin getting screened for the disease.Read More
Staying well during the coronavirus pandemic is important, but are you sacrificing your colon health by delaying what could be a life-saving colonoscopy? You may think staying at home is a way you can do your part to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but having a colonoscopy is a basic form of preventive care that could save your life.Read More
Colon cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in the United States, but most cases are preventable with routine colonoscopies. According to AMSURG, a leading national healthcare group, more than 200,000 colonoscopies were missed in 2020.Read More
According to an article in the New York Times, current events are turning up the heat when it comes to heartburn. More Americans are using prescription and over-the-counter heartburn medicine to manage stress and reflux, resulting in nationwide shortages of acid reducers.Read More