Articles for Tag: "screening"

Colon cancer screening: As easy as swallowing a pill?  Featured
Colon cancer screening: As easy as swallowing a pill?
A new screening method can help prevent the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S.
Uncommon questions you should ask before getting a colonoscopy 
Uncommon questions you should ask before getting a colonoscopy
A gastroenterologist explains what you need to know before and after this important exam.
At-home tests provide more options for colon cancer screening 
At-home tests provide more options for colon cancer screening
Colonoscopy is still the gold standard, but there are other choices to consider.
Can your cell phone tell if you’re depressed? 
Can your cell phone tell if you’re depressed?
Those who spent more than 68 minutes on their phone were more likely to have this mental health problem, according to researchers.
More Americans need to be screened for cancer 
More Americans need to be screened for cancer
Adults are not getting checked often enough for colon, breast and cervical cancer.
Colon screening myths debunked 
Colon screening myths debunked
Here are some common myths and misconceptions about colonoscopies.
Choking on food could be a sign of an allergy 
Choking on food could be a sign of an allergy
More kids, like Brian Scott, are being diagnosed with the condition, EoE.