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COLON CANCER RATES INCREASE AMONG YOUNGER ADULTS Sep 6th, 2017

Diagnosis rates, as well as mortality rates, are increasing significantly among people under 55, according to a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association, underscoring the need for early colonoscopies in Brooklyn, NY. The slow but steady mortality increase in patients between 20 and 54 is especially disturbing because these...

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME Sep 1st, 2017

Hundreds of thousands of Americans suffer from IBS, a condition which is not curable but is manageable with some of the advanced Irritable Bowel Syndrome treatments available in Brooklyn, NY. IBS also has no known cause, so doctors usually diagnose it based on the symptoms, which include abdominal pain, gas bloating,...

POOR DIET LEADS TO 200 GALLBLADDER STONES Aug 13th, 2017

For about a decade, 45-year-old Ms. Chen skipped breakfast, ate mostly leftovers, and took her meals at odd hours. Shortly after she checked into Guangji Hospital in Hezhou with “unbearable” abdominal pain, doctors spent over six hours removing 200 gallstones, some of which were egg-sized. Gallbladder stones most commonly occur in...

NEW ANTI-GERD DEVICE NOW AVAILABLE Aug 3rd, 2017

Over 9,000 patients around the world have found permanent relief from gastroesophageal acid reflux disease with a small metal ring that’s about the size of a quarter. Advanced acid reflux treatments like the LINX device are available right here in Brooklyn, NY. GERS is a serious problem that affects millions...

PROMINENT RESEARCH FIRM BULLISH ON CRH MEDICAL SHARES Jun 12th, 2017

Largely based on the success of the O’Regan Disposable Hemorrhoid Banding System, one of the most successful hemorrhoid treatments in Brooklyn, NY, Zacks Investment advised investors to hold onto their shares, as they were likely to increase in value. While the Vancouver-based company offers other services as well, including anesthesia...

SOME DOCTORS SEE BETTER RESULTS FROM ‘UNDERWATER’ COLONOSCOPIES Jun 12th, 2017

Water exchange colonoscopies, which use H2O instead of air to inflate the colon, slightly improveddetection of proximal sessile serrated adenoma, so many doctors now offer both air and water colonoscopies. Underwater colonoscopies also improved polyp detection rates by about 5 percent, mostly in the right colon. However, the water does not...