List of Colon Diseases
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Most Recently Shared on April 16, 2012 at 8:15 pm By:
sltrib.com — “A simple, cheaper exam of just the lower part of the bowel can cut the risk of developing colon cancer or dying of the disease, a large federal study finds. Many doctors recommend a more complete test — colonoscopy — but many people refuse that costly, unpleasant exam.” View full resource at sltrib.com
Most Recently Shared on June 1, 2012 at 11:26 am By:
organizedwisdom.com — “Margie Clarke, RN shares this video from The Health Minute regarding colon health. According to this video, all disease is caused by toxemia, and 90% of American adults have clogged colons. Learn about conditions believed to be related to poor colon health.” View full resource at organizedwisdom.com
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kidneyfund.org — “This kidney health tracker gives basic information about the risks and tests for kidney disease. It also includes a listing of common blood tests and what their normal results should be.” View full resource at kidneyfund.org
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Dr Mark Mattar specializes in inflammatory bowel disease, acid reflux disease, gastroesophageal reflux, colon cancer, hepatitis, and irritable bowel syndrome. He believes in the holistic approach to caring for patients with digestive and liver problems.
Robin Baradarian, MD, FACG, serves as an assistant professor of medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and concurrently serves as chief of gastroenterology and director of interventional endoscopy at Beth Israel Medical Center, Kings Highway. Dr. Baradarian also serves as co-director of The Greater New York Ambulatory Surgical Center.
Dr. Baradarian has authored numerous research publications and won prestigious awards in medicine. Aside from the management of liver, pancreatic and gastrointestinal disease, Dr. Baradarian specializes in endoscopy, colonoscopy, advanced endoscopic therapeutic procedures, large colon and gastric polyp resection as well as endoscopic ultrasound. Dr. Robin Baradarian is fluent in English, Persian and Spanish.
Margeret Clarke, RN - better known as Nurse Clarke - has over 20 years experience as a registered nurse in charge of multiple areas of treatment within the hospital and health care settings. Nurse Clarke is recognized as an authority on nursing administrative topics and disaster preparedness in the community practice settings. A Certified Raw Nutrition Specialist, Nurse Clarke is associated with the Raw Vegan Network and the Global College of Natural Medicine. Additionally, she is a lifestyle coach and a professional cancer coach in Reserve, New Mexico.