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Hemorrhoid Prevention – 3 Simple Ways to Keep Hemorrhoids at Bay

February 16, 2021 READ MORE
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Leaky Gut Syndrome

February 9, 2021 READ MORE
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Diet and Heart Health

February 3, 2021 READ MORE
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Managing Gastroparesis: How to Eat When Your Stomach Does Not Properly Empty

January 20, 2021 READ MORE
February 16, 2021

Preventing hemorrhoids from occurring in the first place is the best, first attempt at hemorrhoid care. 50% of Americans by the age of 50 experience the discomfort of hemorrhoids. Although the Utah Hemorrhoid Center at Granite Peaks Gastroenterology specializes in non-surgical treatment for internal hemorrhoids, if possible, we would love our patients to avoid experiencing […]

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By Chrissy Weaver, PA-C     If you, like many Americans, suffer from diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain or gas and bloating, it’s likely you have begun some of your own research in an attempt to explain your chronic symptoms. A simple google search may yield a result that poses the question “Do YOU Have Leaky […]

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By Dr. James M Stewart The heart is at the center of the vasculature system which includes all of the arteries and veins through which blood flows. The heart is the most dependable muscle in your body. Over the average person’s lifespan, it will beat around 100,000 times per day, which amounts to around 2.5 […]

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December 21, 2020

During the current health crisis, Granite Peaks is doing everything we can to protect our patients, as well as our staff and providers. We have updated our requirements regarding visitors in the clinic and the endoscopy center, cleaning surfaces, and wearing masks and gloves, to adhere to CDC guidelines to create a safe healthcare environment […]

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By Ginger Bailey, RDN CD My kids get very upset when we use the “O” word. According to them, the word “old” is a dirty word and adults are not allowed to refer to themselves as such – especially not their grandparents! No one likes to think about getting older or to even admit that […]

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