A new study is now warning everyone that they’re not guaranteed to be in the safe zone due to their age when it comes to Colon Cancer.
Here's what is happening at TDDC.
This April, it’s time to start opening up conversations about a topic most people shy away from. It’s time to start talking about your bowels. April is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Awareness Month, a month used to bring light to and educate people about debilitating illness that affects millions of Americans.
Dr. Ravi Ganeshappa with Texas Digestive Disease Consultants and Dr. Manuel Vogt with San Antonio Medical Associates join us for a video discuss the importance of a colonoscopy and answer frequently asked questions from patients about the procedure.
If someone told you that there is a simple screening test available that actually saves lives, would you make that test a priority? We have good news for you! That test does exist, and it should be a crucial part of your healthcare routine once you turn 50.
It’s March, which means you will hear a lot of discussion on an important health matter that affects millions of men and women every year – colon cancer.
If you’re looking for something to celebrate this March, make an appointment with Texas Digestive Disease Consultants and celebrate Colon Cancer Awareness Month with a screening colonoscopy! It’s probably not a celebration you’ve ever heard of or considered, but it’s time to change that.
Researchers are not sure why colon cancers affect African Americans differently from other races, but we do know that as a group they are diagnosed earlier and also have a lower survival rate than other races. This holds true even if you factor in access to medical care and health insurance coverage. So until the mystery is solved, what can you, as an African American do?
February is Heart Awareness Month. If you’re looking for a reason to start the new year off with getting in shape, eating well, and starting an exercise routine, one additional reason you can add to your list is that it can reduce the risk of heart disease and colon cancer.