Physicians, Let Us Practice What We Preach

I have done my Colonoscopy, have you done yours? Many of my patient’s often wonder “is this procedure really painless? Do the doctor’s really understand what they are putting their patient’s through for these exams?” These images are actual images...

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Medicine, Storytelling and Art of Listening: Listener Physicians in Need

In the new healthcare arena of change and Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare the mantra is : Evidence Based Medicine. We are hammered with this in scientific meetings, hospital staff meetings; med students are bombarded with this...

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Learning More: Ebola

The Ebola virus is an alarming and frustrating disease around the world. We do not, as yet, know how to treat it, or where it comes from. Read our blog here to understand the symptoms and how to avoid...

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One Percent Human, Ninety Nine Percent Alien!

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Mothers Day: Nothing Better than a Mother.

Listen to my Radio Talk "This I Believe" on past Mother's Day with KUHF Houston Public radio, here: Mothers Day Talk   All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother. Abraham Lincoln    First, A Note to My Mother... Today...

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Your GI Center Houston | What Our Logo Means

Folks you have been noticing our logo that decorates all our communications. It is a rounded structure, more in the shape of mother earth with some colors. Have you wondered what it means? Why did we come up with...

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MARCH – Colon Cancer Awareness Month!

  Something that I'm passionate about as a physician, is Colon Cancer Awareness, Prevention, and Treatment. "The National Cancer Institute estimates that more than 1.1 million Americans with a history of colorectal cancer were alive in January 2007. " Statistics courtesy of Cancer.org Last year,...

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Choosing a Doctor | When Does a Doctor Begin to Diagnose their Patient?

A lot of people wonder, when does a doctor actually begin diagnosing their patient?  When you're choosing a doctor, there are a lot of things that give away the quality of care you're going to receive. While you really cannot ever...

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The Importance of Homesteading and an Explanation for Beginners

The Topic of Homesteading for Beginners Right now, there's a big movement in what we call "homestead" food. This is food and consumables that come from home grown sources and local sources. This is something that I myself am a...

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Bereavement and The Facts

  be·reave·ment noun bi-ˈrēv-mənt, bē- : the state of being sad because a family member or friend has recently died: Merriam-Webster dictionary.com The Thoughts That Become on a Day Of Rest Today is Tuesday, our part of the world is in the grip...

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