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    • MARCH 23, 2018
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    Brad Goodman, MD on Fox 6 News

    Brad Goodman, MD on Fox 6 News

    • JANUARY 1, 2018
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    Chronic Sinusitis? Consider Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

    Chronic Sinusitis? Consider Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

    Do you suffer from chronic sinusitis? Are you known for you allergies and constantly stuffed up nose? Are the fall and spring just miserable?   Then you might be a candidate for endoscopic sinus surgery.   This quick and, relatively, painless surgery has been shown to correct chronic sinusitis in 90 out of 100 adults.

    • DECEMBER 4, 2017
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    3 Reasons You Should Opt for Surgery Over the Holidays Rather Than Putting It Off

    3 Reasons You Should Opt for Surgery Over the Holidays Rather Than Putting It Off

    For most people the thought of having surgery over the holidays is a no brainer: They don’t want to do it. There’s grandma to visit, presents to buy, decorations to put up, meals to prepare, and a host of other tasks associated with the holiday season. Even the most onerous of tasks seem better than

    • OCTOBER 1, 2017
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    Is It Time to Get a Colonoscopy?

    Is It Time to Get a Colonoscopy?

    Just the word “Colonoscopy” inspires dread in millions of people. Even if you don’t know anything about it, you shudder at the thought. You’ve probably heard horror stories about the whole process from the laxative you have to take the night before to the *ahem* actual procedure. It’s certainly the fodder of many standup comics,

    • SEPTEMBER 26, 2017
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    September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: Wear Your Blue!

    September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: Wear Your Blue!

    Each year, 180,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer and 26,000 of that number eventually die from it. Those numbers are staggering, especially when we consider how treatable the disease is when caught early. But that’s the issue. It’s often caught too late because of the lack of routine screenings and general awareness among the