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Colonoscopy is the gold standard for colon cancer screening
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Dr. Michael Kreines shares why colonoscopy remains one of the best tests to screen for colon cancer, and when you should schedule your screening. Continued...

Why your digestive health matters with Dr. Michael Kreines
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Find out why your digestive system is considered the soul of your body, and what you can do to keep it in good working order. Continued...

Five ways to manage a global food palate at home
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Your diet is one of the most important elements of a healthy lifestyle. Learn how you can eat your favorite foods and still maintain good digestive health. Continued...

Four reasons to see a doctor for GI pain
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Find out when to reach for an antacid and when to call your GI doctor for your stomach woes. Continued...

Which sounds are safe?
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Check out our interactive feature to see what everyday noises could put your hearing at risk. Continued...

Video Blog: Listen up about hearing loss
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Our sense of hearing lets us explore our world. Find out how you can keep it safe for a lifetime. Continued...

For ear care, don’t believe everything you hear
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Household methods for ear hygiene might not be as healthy as you think. Learn how to care for your ears the right way. Continued...

Is the lawnmower cutting your ability to hear?
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Some sounds you hear everyday might be causing permanent auditory damage. Learn how to keep your ears healthy in the long run. Continued...

Take the mystery out of ear pain
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If you've ever wondered what ringing in your ears or jaw pain is a symptom of, it's time to find the answers. Continued...

Echo for Athletes: Providing piece of mind on and off the field
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We’ve all heard the stories: In the middle of throwing a football down a field or kicking a goal, a young athlete unexpectedly collapses and dies of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). Undetected cardiovascular conditions can put even healthy athletes at risk for SCA. A new cardiac screening program could detect heart conditions before they become serious. Continued...

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