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Colorectal Cancer – Your genes matter March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, and Dr Kendra Outler wants to remind you that your genes matter in the fight against the disease.

 What is IBD? Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) describes two conditions that cause gastrointestinal (GI) tract inflammation: Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Crohn’s disease can involve any part of the GI

Dr Kendra Outler recently spoke with Medical Doctor Jacquelyn Seymour Turner, Professor of Surgery at Tulane University School of Medicine, on the What the Doctor Say with Dr K podcast. 

Dr Kendra Outler recently had the pleasure of speaking with Medical Doctor Jacquelyn Seymour Turner, Professor of Surgery at Tulane University School of Medicine, on the What the Doctor Say

It can be risky to assume something about a person—especially if that assumption impacts someone’s health and well-being. The dangers that can come with assumptions was at the heart of

Dr K was invited to Inside the Issues, a weekly show hosted by Dr Wilmer Leon on Sirius FM to discuss heart health.  February is heart health month, and the

Healthline, a leading online medical and wellness website, recently interviewed Dr K about the survival rate for stage 4 ovarian cancer. 

In the United States, ovarian cancer is the 5th leading

Over the 2022 Christmas holidays, Dr K convened a group to discuss grief over the holidays, as many families get together and face missing seats at the table.  While death

Dr K, herself no stranger to loss and grief, created a discussion titled: Unpacking grief during the holidays - reflections and solutions. She dedicated the hour-long show to the three

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