Gastroenterology Blog | Hattiesburg
Get Better Gut Health in the New Year
Launch into the new year with renewed GI health. Explore how to aid digestion and how optimal digestive health can enhance your general wellness.Read
What You Should Understand About Your Digestive Health
Most people have heard the phrase "you are what you eat," but did you know that gut health plays a critical role in your general and mental wellness?Read
Here Is Why It Is So Important to Get a Colonoscopy
Doctors have long hailed the significance of the colonoscopy as a diagnostic screening, especially in the case of colorectal cancer.Read
What are the Main Differences Between an Endoscopy and a Colonoscopy Procedure?
Endoscopies and colonoscopies are different forms of endoscopic exams. A GI doctor uses them to identify concerns in the digestive system.Read
Honoring Stomach Cancer Awareness Month
Learn about the risks, causes, and symptoms of stomach cancer, and find out how a GI specialist can help you get treatment.Read
Plan to Have a Colonoscopy Before Year's End (and Maximize Your Deductible)
Scheduling your colonoscopy before insurance deductibles reset can help you maintain your GI wellness and save money at year's end.Read
Find Out How FibroScan® Can Evaluate Your Liver Health
FibroScan is an innovative system that helps our GI specialists monitor the health and condition of the liver utilizing ultrasound techniques.Read
October is Liver Disease Awareness Month: Get the Facts You Need for Your Health
Discover the warning signs and symptoms of liver disease so you may help protect this critical organ and reduce the chance of liver failure.Read
When Is the Right Time to Engage a Pediatric GI Specialist?
Digestive health conditions are common in children. When they occur, it's important to connect with a pediatric GI provider to help your child thrive.Read
Teaching Your Kid(s) Proper Digestive Habits
GI health is invaluable for general wellness, and when healthy eating habits are learned early in life, it can lead to a future of great health.Read
What Are Some Digestive Conditions Among Children (0 –18)?
An upset tummy or an occasional stomach ache can result from pediatric GI disorders such as lactose intolerance, celiac disease, GERD, and more.Read