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  • Breast Cancer Awareness: Statistics, Facts, and Prevention
    Summary: Breast cancer is a concerning health condition affecting many in the U.S. It's important to undergo routine screenings to diagnose the disease early.   Cancer of the breast is a health Read more
  • How Can an Initial Colonoscopy Screening Protect My Health?
      Summary: Colonoscopies offer the best defense for detecting and protecting against colon cancer and other GI issues. Discover when to get your first screening. Among the best methods of guarding against Read more
  • What Is Colorectal Cancer and Is It a Women's Health Concern?
      Summary: Colon and rectal cancer arises in the large intestine. Receiving routine colonoscopies can allow for early detection and an improved health prognosis.   Behind cancer of the breast, colorectal cancer is Read more
  • Do I Need Hemorrhoid Banding?
    Summary: Hemorrhoid banding is a nonsurgical process that blocks blood flow to a hemorrhoid, causing it to fall off. Discover more about this treatment option. Countless people will experience hemorrhoids during Read more
  • Ways to Help Your Child Develop Good Eating Habits
    Summary: Our Hinsdale, IL digestive health doctors talk with parents about teaching kids how to make healthy food choices that benefit them in the long run. A healthy appreciation for a Read more
  • Raising Awareness of Primary Biliary Cholangitis During September
    Summary: Primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) is a health disorder that impacts the bile ducts in the liver. It may cause liver damage and other concerns. As a vital organ, the liver Read more
  • Everything You Need to Know About FibroScan® Testing
    Summary: If you have signs of a liver issue, FibroScan testing may be recommended to assess the degree of fibrosis and fatty change in the liver. FibroScan is a noninvasive test Read more
  • How Serious is Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis?
    Summary: Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) results if there is excess fat in your liver. It can cause swelling and damage to the organ. NASH, or nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, is a condition that leads Read more
  • How Do I Know if I Have FLD or Cirrhosis?
    Summary: Without proper care, fatty liver disease can lead to cirrhosis, a health problem that damages the liver and may cause symptoms like jaundice.   Keeping a well-functioning GI system is necessary Read more
  • June Week 1 Blog
    Hinsdale Gastroenterology Associates June Week 1 Blog   What Are the Symptoms of Fatty Liver Disease? 06/04/2021 As the second-largest organ in your body, the liver serves a number of critical functions, including the filtration Read more
  • How Do I Find the Right Gastrointestinal Doctor for Me?
    A person's gastrointestinal tract is among the most important systems in the body because it is composed of such necessary parts as the esophagus, intestines, pancreas, gallbladder, and stomach. Dysfunction Read more
  • GI Conditions That May Contribute to Blood in the Stool
    Finding red bloody stool can be alarming and may leave you worried about your digestive health. But bowel movement blood (called hematochezia) might not always signify a serious medical problem. Read more
  • I Think I Have Celiac Disease. What Now?
    Gluten is often a staple in anyone's diet and is present in many of the foods and grains we enjoy day-to-day. However, for patients with celiac disease, ingesting foods with Read more
  • Welcome to Our Blog
    Welcome to the Blog of Hinsdale Gastroenterology Associates Hinsdale Gastroenterology Associates would like to welcome you to our blog. Here you will find informative and useful postings about gastroenterology and our Read more