State of Healthcare Sponsorship
Honored to sponsor the State of Healthcare panel discussion with major FB hospital CEOs of slated for May 31. Organized by the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce, it always provides good insight into our local area opportunities and challenges. Quality healthcare is critical for our residents and our local economy.
Primary Risks Linked to Colon Cancer
Continuing with our theme during this month of Colorectal (colon) Cancer Awareness, let's make sure we are aware of some of the primary risk factors linked to colon cancer. Like every cancer, colon cancer risks can be categorized as ones we can control (at least to an extent) and risks that we can not. We need to be aware of both categories as it will help modify our lifestyles OR be even more proactive with screening. The American Cancer Society and other studies list the fo
Understanding Colon Cancer
Ever wondered why we designate a certain month for a certain cancer? Well, more than any thing else it really gives us a chance to help increase awareness. March is Colon or Colorectal Cancer month. So let's talk a little freely during this month what this means for us. I will be sharing a few thoughts (hopefully useful to you) through out the month of March. Let's start today with understanding what is colon or colorectal cancer? First, these are pretty much the same thing g
Benign breast lump
This question is often asked - "Do I need to worry about my Benign breast lump"? It should be noted that most breast lumps are actually benign and not malignant (cancer). These are basically abnormal growths and in almost all cases do not spread outside of the breast and are definitely not life threatening. BUT, a benign breast lump can increase a woman's risk of getting breast cancer. To be safe, you should get any breast lump or change checked by the appropriate health care