October 12, 2023

Woman with gastroparesis finds sound care and a new sense of hope

When LaKisha Williams discusses the challenge of managing chronic gastroparesis, she looks at each day as a journey. “It is not easy. While I may be able to eat one minute, the next I may be nauseous or running to…

July 24, 2023

What to Know About Small Bowel Obstruction, a Rare Complication of Bariatric Surgery

Brooks Cash, MD, was interviewed by Health about small bowel obstruction, a rare complication of bariatric surgery, in light of Lisa Marie Presley’s death.

June 27, 2023

Diarrhea and Ulcerative Colitis: What You Should Know

Brooks Cash, MD, talked to HealthCentral about ulcerative colitis.

June 27, 2023

5 Reasons You’re Always Burping

Brooks Cash, MD, was quoted in a HuffPost article about reasons why we burp. The story appeared on 12 other media outlets including Yahoo! News.

June 7, 2023

Identifying Individualized Treatment Approaches for EOE Patients

Brooks Cash, MD, was on the GI Insights show for ReachMD Radio to discuss treatment and symptom management for eosinophilic esophagitis.

April 21, 2023

The role of immune cells in the intestines

For the study, the researchers conducted several experiments on the intestines of mice. They used various imaging techniques, including flow cytometry and immunofluorescence microscopy, and performed mRNA sequencing on tissue cultures from the colon. In the end, they found that…

April 3, 2023

Thriving on challenges: Gastroenterologist helps mold program into a crucial powerhouse

As a teenager in his native Turkey, Atilla Ertan, MD, spent every day after school in the hospital—but not for himself. “My younger sister had developed a heart problem and had to stay there,” he says. “When I went to…