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Event Recap: Strollin’ Colon

March 23, 2015 | Event

In honor of Colon Cancer Awareness month, LeBauer HealthCare is hosting two free events in the Greensboro, NC, area this March. On Saturday, March 21, the first event, Strollin’ Colon, was held at Friendly Shopping Center to promote colon cancer prevention and to raise awareness of this prevalent disease.

The Strollin’ Colon event featured:

  • A walk-through tour of an interactive, 12-foot inflatable colon
  • Information on colon cancer prevention
  • Raffles and giveaways
  • Healthy eating cooking demonstrations
  • Onsite doctors to answer questions about colon cancer
  • Q&A with a board-certified Oncology Registered Dietitian
  • Fun activities for kids

LeBauer’s own Dr. Jacobs said of the event, “The Strollin’ Colon was a very nice event with a great turnout. The Friendly Shopping Center was a fantastic venue, and the weather was perfect. I spoke with at least 15-20 guests. Some were colon cancer survivors, and others had questions about when they personally should begin colon cancer screening.”

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According to the CDC, Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S., for both men and women. If you would like to learn more about what you can do to prevent colon cancer, schedule an appointment with one of LeBauer’s expert physicians today by calling 336-547-1745. Our office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. We look forward to seeing you!

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Avoid Overeating Because of Stress

November 21, 2014 | Awareness (Week/Month), Event

Dr. Gutterman discussed how to avoid overeating due to stress with FOX8 this week.  Watch Dr. Gutterman’s Interview  for answers on how to manage your stress and eating.

Dr. Gutterman is the Clinical Director of Behavioral Medicine and provides services at our Elam location. A licensed psychologist, he has more than 20 years experience in treating adolescents, adults, couples and families. He offers confidential treatment to meet your specific needs.

 

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Pulmonary Fibrosis Breakthrough News Features Dr. Murali Ramaswamy

November 14, 2014 | Awareness (Week/Month), Event

Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is a progressive, irreversible form of interstitial lung disease (ILD).  It is estimated that there are between 50,000 and 70,000 patients living with IPF in the United States, and the disease typically affects people aged 50 and older.  Until recently, there was no definitive treatment, short of lung transplant, for IPF, according to myfox8, House Calls, Morning Show news that features Dr. Ramaswamy.

However, just this month, the FDA approved two new medications, pirfenidone and nintedanib, that help slow the progression of IPF.  Learn more from Dr. Ramaswamy during his interview on myfox8, House Calls, Morning Show news .

 

 

 

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2 Wants to Know : LeBauer Provider Answers Flu Questions

November 3, 2014 | Awareness (Week/Month), Event

makeAppointmentWith flu season upon us, LeBauer HealthCare is reaching out to the community with helpful tips and hints about preventing the flu from affecting you and your family. Featured on a segment of “2 Wants to Know” during The Good Morning Show in October, Layne Weaver, a Family Nurse Practitioner from LeBauer Primary Care at Oak Ridge, answered your questions about the virus and the upcoming flu season.

We invite you to view the whole segment below and contact LeBauer HealthCare for more information! We look forward to speaking with you soon!

See the full segment here on WFMY News 2!

 

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LeBauer Physician’s Family Named Ambassador Family for March of Dimes

December 17, 2012 | Community, Event

Greensboro — Dr. Kate Tabori ,of LeBauer HealthCare, and her family has been chosen as the 2013 March for Babies Ambassador Family for Guilford County. Tabori is a family physician at LeBauer HealthCare Guilford/Jamestown. Her son, Nicholas, was born prematurely and spent seven weeks in the neonatal intensive care unit at Women’s Hospital.

“Nicholas will be four in January and since his difficult arrival, the March of Dimes has been a cause very close to us,” says Tabori. “Our family walks as Team Tabori every year and each year we try and get more people involved and bring more attention to this very worthy cause.”

“We are thrilled to have the Tabori Family serve as the March for Babies Guilford County Ambassadors for our 75th Anniversary,” says Katie Garrett Williamson, Division Director – Greater Triad Division, March of Dimes. “Their family is the perfect representation of our mission and their passion to help babies be healthy and strong is enormous.”

As Ambassadors, the Tabori family will speak at local and regional meetings telling how the March of Dimes has benefited them and encouraging others to join the cause. The March of Dimes walk is April 27 at UNCG. People can learn more at marchforbabies.org. People can support the Tabori Family Team at http://www.marchforbabies.org/team/tabori.

“My son and many like him wouldn’t be here without them,” says Tabori.


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