Colonoscopy, a necessary test

benign-colon-polypsWithout too much TMI, I want to explain something that’s important to peoples’ health. I’m getting old(er) and the doctor insisted I had to  have a colonoscopy.  Colon polyps can be of several different kinds;  some that never become cancerous, and some that have that potential.  The cancerous ones take about 10 years to actually become cancerous.  So, once a person gets old(er), they need to be checked out to see if they  have polyps.  Some people never have any, some do.  You don’t know till you get tested.….MORE


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We have a HUGE responsibility to protect our children and their futures. Our Gulf of Mexico has nearly been destroyed by the Deep-water Horizon catastrophe and many families here will never recover. Paradise lost, so it goes. I’m doing my best to apolitically educate anyone that cares about the impact on our environment by technology and “for-profit” progress. We forget, too frequently that we SHARE this planet with millions of other life-forms and as the most “powerful” species, we must be more cognizant of our greed versus the well-being of our planet. Thanks again for visiting and please check back often. -Gregg
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2 Responses to Colonoscopy, a necessary test

  1. sarasinart says:

    Interesting the way you did that. Technology is pretty amazing. That’s not my colon tho, lol! Thanks for re-blogging it.


    • sarasinart says:

      It’s doesn’t matter tho, whose picture that is, if the article gets one person to get checked, we’ve done something important. You helped with that Gregg, by getting the info out to more people.


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