Author Archive for: ‘Endo-World’

  • Hurricane Sally

    The Endoscopy Center and Gastroenterology Associates will be closed September 16th, Thursday September 17th and Friday September 18th for Hurricane Sally. Currently all of our offices and facility will re-open, Monday September 21st, for normal operations. Please stay tuned to this page for any updates …

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  • Colon Cancer Screening Can Change Your Life

    An estimated 50,000 people will die this year from colorectal cancer in the U.S.  In this article Dr. Adkisson and his patient Kimberly Dabbelt, a colon cancer survivor, discuss the disease and early detection. 

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  • Dr. Hakim Continues Affiliation with The Association for Bariatric Endoscopy

    The Association for Bariatric Endoscopy (ABE) was established in October 2015 to provide state-of-the-art information, education and practice support to gastrointestinal endoscopists with an interest in endoscopic bariatric therapies that improve the health and wellness of patients with obesity. ABE members are GI endoscopists, surgeons, …

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  • Nutrition Management Open House

    September 18 5:30 P.M. Nutrition Open House Gastroenterology Associates Nutrition Management would like to invite you to join us  as we share  our nutrition management services with the Pensacola community. We have a fun night planned including discussions on exercise and nutrition that will help …

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  • 45 is the new 50!

    The American Cancer Society is now recommending Americans at average risk for colorectal cancer begin colorectal cancer screenings at age 45 rather than age 50. Through extensive analysis and research, the American Cancer Society has come to the conclusion that lowering the starting age for …

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  • Do you have Inflammatory Bowel Disease and are wondering what you should or shouldn’t eat?

    Possible Trigger Foods for IBD from the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation: Dietary fiber found in plant foods, such as fruits, vegetables, nuts and grains is important for digestion, but during IBD flares or strictures can cause worsening symptoms. Soluble fiber may help reduce diarrhea, examples …

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  • This is what it would be like to live without a stomach

    It’s hard to stomach the thought. But for the estimated 26,000 people who will be diagnosed with stomach cancer this year, it could be their only chance at survival.

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  • Have you tried Kiwi for constipation?

    An article by the Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition called “Kiwifruit improves bowel function in patients with irritable bowel syndrome with constipation” reported a study that found that two kiwifruit a day for four weeks decreased colon transit, increased defecation frequency, and improved bowel …

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  • Simple Zucchini Noodles

    Simple Zucchini Noodles This is the first year of having a garden and I’ve been growing a lot of zucchinis and have been tryingto find new recipes. As a pasta lover and always hearing about zucchini noodles, I decided to give it a try without …

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  • Dr. Hakim is Nominated for ACG Governor of Northern Florida

    Gastroenterology Associates and The Endoscopy Center would like to congratulate Fares S. Hakim, M.D. on his nomination for American College of Gastroenterology Governor of Northern Florida. It is an honor and a privilege to serve in this leadership position. Dr. Hakim, along with his partners …

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