Category Archive for Colorectal

Colon Cancer Screenings: 45 Is The New 50

Published September 24, 2021 by

Several well-known medical entities have updated their colon cancer screening recommendations from age 50 to 45 for those with average risk. …

Why You Shouldn’t Put Off Your Colonoscopy

Published August 6, 2020 by

“Don’t rush me; I’m waiting for the last minute,” might be the mantra of the procrastinator, but it’s not a recipe for a healthy life when it comes to scheduling a colonoscopy. …

Understanding the Stages of Colon Cancer

Published October 3, 2019 by

Like most other cancers, colorectal cancer has clinical and surgical stages set by the American Joint Committee On Cancer. These stages outline and determine how serious the cancer is and how best to treat it, …

Early Prevention of Colon Polyps and Colon Cancer

Published June 19, 2019 by

Colon cancer, also known as colorectal cancer, is one of the most common and deadly cancers in the United States. Colon cancers begin as benign polyps in the colon or rectum and can take years to develop into cancer. …

9 Colonoscopy Prep Tips You Should Know

Published March 22, 2019 by

Most people don’t look forward to things like a colonoscopy, but contrary to popular belief, prepping for a colonoscopy does not have to be a time filled with anxiety or fear. …

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