Gastroenterology Blog

Learn More About Crohn's Disease

12/01/2023

Crohn's disease is a form of IBD that can affect your wellness. Learn about this condition and how you can manage it and take control of your health.

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When Should Hemorrhoids Be Treated By a Specialist?

11/10/2023

Hemorrhoids can have a significant impact on your lifestyle. Learn about their varieties and the appropriate time to seek care from a GI doctor.

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What Are Common Symptoms of Fatty Liver Disease?

10/06/2023

Learn about the signs, diagnosis, and treatment of fatty liver disease. Timely care of the condition may enhance life expectancy and liver health.

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Understand Ulcerative Colitis: Know the Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments

09/15/2023

Ulcerative colitis is a disease affecting the rectum and colon. Find out more about this chronic condition and how it can impact your life and health.

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Are There Differences Between Acid Reflux and GERD?

08/01/2023

Acid reflux and GERD can appear identical, but there is a clear difference between these GI conditions. Our team is here to help you understand them.

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What Is FibroScanĀ® used for and How Is It Performed?

07/06/2023

FibroScan is a cutting-edge ultrasound exam provided to uncover liver scarring and stiffness in order to track liver conditions.

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How Does Someone Get IBS? Who Is at Risk?

06/01/2023

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) can lead to symptoms such as diarrhea, gas, abdominal pain, and gastro issues. Read to learn about IBS and its risks.

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Facts You Should Understand About Celiac Disease

05/05/2023

Celiac disease can affect your digestive system in several ways. Read more about the condition and how you can protect your GI health.

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Know the Signs of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

04/07/2023

IBD often involves lasting discomfort, including upset stomach, abdominal pain, and more. Will this mean living uncomfortably forever?

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Changes in Colonoscopy Guidelines: 45 Is the New 50

03/10/2023

In past years, 50 was the magic number for having a colonoscopy. Now, however, GI doctors and the CDC advise colon cancer testing as soon as age 45.

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When Should I Be Screened for Colon and Rectal Cancer?

03/01/2023

A colon cancer screening can help safeguard your colon health and combat colorectal cancer before it starts, progresses, or reaches advanced stages.

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