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CDC - Swimmer's Ear - Recreational Water Illness (RWI) - Healthy Swimming & Recreational Water - Healthy Water
cdc.gov — “Education and information about swimmer's ear, how it can be spread through recreational water, why it's important to protect yourself from it and steps for doing so.” View full resource at cdc.gov
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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
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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.