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Digestive Disease Continues to Rise Among Americans

Digestive Disease Continues to Rise Among Americans

Each year 62 million Americans are diagnosed with a digestive disorder. The incidence and prevalence of most digestive diseases increase with age. Other exceptions include hemorrhoids, inflammatory bowel disease, and chronic liver disease, which occur more commonly among young and middle-aged adults.

What You Need to Know About Colorectal Cancer

What You Need to Know About Colorectal Cancer

Colon cancer is a malignancy that begins in the colon or large intestine. The large intestine is a long tube-like organ near the end of the digestive system. After food passes through the stomach and small intestine, the colon is responsible for removing fluid and some nutrients from the food you eat. The colon then pushes the remaining solid waste into the rectum where it can be expelled from the body.
Can CRC be Prevented? – Get your Colonoscopy

Can CRC be Prevented? – Get your Colonoscopy

Each year over 147,950 individuals are diagnosed with colorectal cancer in the United States alone. While this statistic may sound scary, early detection and diagnosis is key to staying fit and healthy. One of the best methods for early detection and prevention is to get a colonoscopy. For those with gastrointestinal issues, it is even more important to stay in touch with their gastroenterologist and primary physician to manage the risk of colorectal cancer,
What are My Colon Cancer Screening Options?

What are My Colon Cancer Screening Options?

Knowing your risk factors for Colorectal Cancer is an important first step in staying healthy. In our October blog, we provided an overview of the two key categories of risk factors for colorectal cancer.  It is equally important to get regular screenings to reduce your risk of developing colorectal cancer.  Understanding the different types of screenings is also key. Staying in touch with your doctor and gastroenterologist is vital for early detection so that any symptoms can be tracked with your full medical history.
Are You at Risk for Colorectal Cancer?

Are You at Risk for Colorectal Cancer?

Colorectal cancer claims over 50,000 lives per year among adult men and women in the United States alone. While that statistic may seem scary, early screening and detection as well as determining your risk factors can help decrease your odds. Staying in touch with your primary physician and gastroenterologist is essential in managing your risk for colorectal cancer.
Cancer is a scary word

Cancer is a scary word

Cancer is a scary word. For those with GI issues, it can be even more unnerving, considering many of us have underlying risk factors that put us at greater risk. Here at DHAT, we want to walk you through the basics, from screening to treatment, in an effort to keep you informed up to date on GI issues you need to know to stay healthy.
Preparing for Back to School…. Supporting Your Child with GI Issues

Preparing for Back to School…. Supporting Your Child with GI Issues

As many are preparing to get their children back in school, whether in a school classroom or e-learning setting, it’s important to ensure arrangements are made in advance for those students suffering from GI issues. GI issues have become increasingly common in the US with over 80,000 children afflicted annually. That being said several steps can be taken to help ensure your student has a seamless transition and a successful school year.
The Many Faces of Liver Disease

The Many Faces of Liver Disease

People of all ages face liver disease. Both children and adults are diagnosed with hepatic diseases caused by viruses, substances or the body's own immune system. If caught early on, the liver can often heal itself and recovery. But when liver disorders aren't diagnosed quickly, the damage may be irreversible, thus requiring a liver transplant.

Hemorrhoids and What To Do About Them

Hemorrhoids and What To Do About Them

Hemorrhoids are sometimes described as varicose veins in the lower rectum or anus. They're very common, and almost three out of four adults will have them at some point during their lives. Hemorrhoids can be internal or external. Internal hemorrhoids are swollen veins that develop inside the rectum. External hemorrhoids are swollen veins under the skin around the anus.
 

You can experience differing symptoms depending on the location of your hemorrhoids. Signs and symptoms of external hemorrhoids can include:

The Value of Telemedicine in Today’s Healthcare Landscape

The Value of Telemedicine in Today’s Healthcare Landscape

Under the current constraints of social distancing, closings, and further efforts to prevent the spread of Covid-19, Telemedicine is rapidly becoming more mainstream and will likely impact the way in which many physicians practice medicine going forward.

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