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American College of Gastroenterology

Headlines are misleading. Colorectal cancer screening saves lives!

October 27, 2022 READ MORE
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Signs it’s Time to Visit Your Gastroenterologist

August 25, 2022 READ MORE
Granite Peaks Gastroenterology plaque celebrating 15 years

Granite Peaks Gastroenterology Celebrates 15 Years of Healthcare Excellence

August 4, 2022 READ MORE
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Lifestyle Decisions That Lead to Good Liver Health

July 19, 2022 READ MORE

Originally posted on 5/10/20121 Updated on 5/11/2022   Women’s Health Week Self-care is about more than kicking up your feet at the end of the day and sipping tea for a few moments of relaxation. There are many ways to take great care of yourself and teach your loved ones to do the same.   […]

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As we age, changes in our body often require change in our diet – not only what we eat, but how we eat it. A registered dietitian discusses some tips to keep your digestive health at its best as you age. Jump To: Vitamin B12 Trace Minerals Fiber Age and Appetite TIP: Eat your food […]

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You have heard of different popular diets. However, the “Western Diet” is a generalization regarding the poor diet many Americans are thought to eat on a regular basis and what it might mean for your health, overall.   The Western Diet The Western diet is a modern diet where prepackaged foods, refined grains, fried foods, […]

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Originally posted on 3/11/2019 Updated on 3/16/2022   If you’re not sure what is involved in having a colonoscopy, this easy-to-read infographic developed by the doctors at Granite Peaks Gastroenterology may answer your questions. A physician may use a colonoscopy to test for colon cancer, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease and many other digestive health ailments. […]

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Originally posted on 3/5/2019 Updated on 3/10/2022   By R. Kyle Barnett, MD Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths among men and women combined in the United States, but most cases are preventable with appropriate screening. Efforts to increase colorectal cancer screening are urgently needed. Who should be screened for colorectal […]

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