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Dr. Debra Cutler sat down with CW39 
(7/26/18): Dr. Debra Cutler​, a pediatrician at Main Campus, discussed with the CW39 the very important issue of hot-car deaths and how no one should leave a child or pet in a parked car. 

Dr. Christine Le talked with CW39
(7/24/18): Dr. Christine Le​, Family Medicine at Tanglewood Clinic, was interviewed by CW39 about heat illnesses, the differences between overheating and heat stroke, and the treatments are used for each.

Dr. Helene Sheena spoke with FOX 26
​(7/19/18): Dr. Helene Sheena​, a pediatrician at Tanglewood Clinic, spoke with FOX 26 about baby ear piercings, what age she recommends, and how to keep piercing free from infection.

Dr. Steffanie Campbell was interviewed by CW39
​(7/17/18): Dr. Steffanie Campbell, Internal Medicine at Pearland Clinic, was interviewed by CW39 about heat and its effect on your energy level.

Dr. Leonardo Espitia was interviewed by KPRC-TV NBC

​(7/13/18): Dr. Leonardo Espitia, Family Medicine at the Woodlands Clinic, was interviewed by KPRC-TV NBC about common causes and cures for stomachaches.​

Dr. Pamela Sanders spoke with FOX 26 and AM-740 KTRH

(7/12/18): Dr. Pamela Sanders​, pediatrician at Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, spoke with FOX 26 about a study regarding whether babies sleep better if started on solid foods sooner.
(7/19/18): Dr. Sanders spoke with radio station AM - 740 KTRH about ADHD in children and a possible connection with media usage.​
(7/24/18): Dr. Sanders was interviewed by radio station AM - KTRH, discussing the issue of kids not going outside to play as much as in the past due to videogames and TV distractions - and what parents can do about it.

Dr. Shane Magee talked with CW39
​(7/5/2018): Dr. Shane Magee, Internal Medicine at Tanglewood Clinic, talked with the CW39 about people having PTSD from hurricane Harvey​ and how it flares back up when Houston has a rainstorm.

Dr. John Griffin was interviewed by NBC KPRC-TV
(6/29/18): Dr. John Griffin, dermatologist at Tanglewoof Clinic, was interviewed by NBC KPRC-TV, discussing at home sunburn remedies​ and which ones are better than others at relieving the pain. He was also interviewed by NBC KPRC-TV, discussing tips on dehydration​ and how to test if you are dehydrated or not. 

Dr. Eric Sandberg was interviewed by CW39
(6/28/18): Dr. Eric Sandberg​, allergist at Main Campus, Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, and Clear Lake, talked with the CW39 about the African sandstorm that blew in that weekend and how it would affect allergies. ​


Dr. Michael Newmark talked with CW39

(6/26/18): Dr. Michael Newmark, Neurology at Main Campus, talked with the CW39 about a patient who was prescribed the CBD oil​ and is now a couple of months free from seizures.

Dr. Pamela Sanders spoke with FOX 26
(6/20/18): Dr. Pamela Sanders, a pediatrician at Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, spoke with Fox 26 about how video game addiction​ is now considered a mental health disorder and what should be done to help prevent it in young children.

Dr. Melanie Mouzoon spoke with CW39
(6/14/2018): Dr. Melanie Mouzoon​, Immunization specialist, discussed with the CW 39 areas that vaccination rates have dropped​ and the importance of​ getting vaccinated, and why kids should be regularly vaccinated as well. 


Dr. Steffanie Campbell talked with NBC KPRC - TV
(6/11/2018): Dr. Steffanie Campbell, Internal Medicine at Pearland Clinic, talked with NBC KPRC-TV about the healthy items everyone should keep in their pantries. She also discussed with NBC KPRC-TV the healthier options to choose from when it comes to summer BBQs.

Dr. Shane Magee spoke with radio station AM - 740 KTRH
(6/4/2018): Dr. Shane Magee, Internal Medicine at Tanglewood Clinic, talked with radio station AM – 740 KTRH about the increase in antibiotic resistance and what can be done to prevent it. 

(6/13/2018): Dr. Magee also discussed with radio station AM – 740 KTRH about how food in the office environment seems to lean toward the unhealthy variety and how we should limit our intake of it.  

Dr. Ned Snyder was interviewed by CW39
(6/1/2018): Dr. Ned Snyder, Gastroenterology at Main Campus, was interviewed by CW39 about the updated colonoscopy guidelines and what he recommends people do.  

Dr. Nicholas Solomos spoke with CW39 and radio station AM - 740 KTRH
(6/1/18): Dr Nicholas Solomos, Family Medicine and Executive Health at Main Campus, talked with the CW39 and radio station AM – 740 KTRH regarding hurricane prep kits and what should be included in them.


Dr. Christine Le was interviewed by FOX and CW39 
(6/1/2018): Dr. Christine Le, Family Medicine at Tanglewood, was interviewed by FOX 26 about the importance of being prepared for a hurricane with a hurricane first aid kit at home.
(6/12/2018): Dr. Le discussed with the CW39 about how exercise levels in females have dropped, especially once out of school, as compared to males.

Dr. Ruhi Soni was featured in a radio program by "Houston Matters"
(5/25/2018): Dr. Ruhi Soni, ophthalmologist at Spring Medical and Diagnostic Center and Main Campus, spoke with radio program “Houston Matters” regarding all things eye health and took calls live on air to answer questions.

Dr. Helene Sheena sat down with FOX 26

(5/24/2018): Dr. Helene Sheena, pediatrician at Tanglewood, sat down with FOX 26 to discuss the recent issues with oral gel for kids, and she gave some alternatives.

Dr. Steffanie Campbell spoke with radio station AM - 740 News Radio

(5/1/2018): Dr. Steffanie Campbell, Internal Medicine at Pearland, spoke with radio station AM – 740 News Radio about life spans.
(5/9/2018): Dr. Campbell was interviewed by AM – 740 News Radio about the uptick in the man flu. 
(5/23/2018): Dr. Steffanie Campbell, Internal Medicine at Pearland, spoke with NBC about the keto diet and how it might help people with diabetes.

Dr. Jamal Bullocks talked with the CW39
(5/21/2018): Dr. Jamal Bullocks, plastic surgeon at Main Campus, talked with the CW39 about the new trend of vampire facials, including what it entails and who should be getting them done.

Dr. Pamela Sanders had a discussion with the CW39
(5/8/2018): Dr. Pamela Sanders, pediatrician at Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, spoke with the CW39 about a recent case of Tuberculosis at a local school, and she discussed ways to be tested and what the next steps should be.

Dr. Megan Pallister spoke with the CW39

(5/4/2018): Dr. Megan Pallister, OB/GYN at Tanglewood and Woman’s Center, spoke with the CW39, discussing the correlation between fast food and infertility. She recommended living a healthy lifestyle before, during, and after pregnancy.

Dr. Christine Le had an interview by FOX 26 and the CW39
(5/3/2018): Dr. Christine Le, Family Medicine at Tanglewood, was interviewed by FOX 26 and CW39 about how the current generation is suffering from a higher rate of loneliness, possibly due to social media.
(5/5/2018): Dr. Le was featured via phone call with ABC 13 about prevention tips for mosquito bites and which treatments work best.
(5/31/2018): Dr. Le spoke with radio station AM – 740 regarding how China is being reported as having better health than the U.S.

Dr. Yoav Kaufman sat down with FOX 26 and CW39
(4/27/2018): and (4/30/2018): Dr. Yoav Kaufman, plastic and reconstructive surgeon and hand specialist, sat down with FOX 26 and the CW39 to discuss a new trend of engagement ring piercings and how they can pose a danger to your finger tendons.

Dr. Puneet Patni was interviewed by ABC 13 and the CW39
(4/24/2018): Dr. Puneet Patni, pulmonologist, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine physician, was interviewed by ABC 13 and the CW39 about sepsis, including the treatments and recovery aspects, regarding President George H.W. Bush’s recent hospitalization.

Dr. Shane Magee spoke with the CW39
(4/11/2018): Dr. Shane Magee, Internal Medicine, spoke with the CW39 about a new study that says hand dryers spread more bacteria that originally thought and that it’s probably safer to use paper towels.

Dr. Shira Amdur sat down with FOX 26
(4/6/2018) and (4/12/2018): Dr. Shira Amdur, Supportive Medicine, was interviewed by FOX 26 regarding the “Caring for the Caregiver” event hosted by Kelsey-
Seybold. She discussed that caregiving can be stressful and caregivers must take time to care for themselves.(4/19/2018):Dr. Amdur spoke with radio station AM-740 and also sat down with FOX 26 regarding the option of comfort care in relation to former Barbara Bush’s end-of-life decision.
(4/19/2018): Dr. Amdur spoke with radio station AM-740 and also sat down with FOX 26 regarding the option of comfort care in relation to former Barbara Bush’s end-of-life decision.

Dr. Rupesh Nigam was interviewed by radio station AM - 740 News Radio
(3/28/2018): Dr. Rupesh Nigam, Managing Physician of Supportive Medicine and Associate Medical Director of Hospitalist Services, was interviewed by radio station AM - 740 News Radio promoting the April 14 “Caring for the Caregiver” event hosted by Kelsey-Seybold. He talked about the biggest challenges caregivers face.

Dr. Shira Amdur was interviewed by radio station AM - 740 News Radio
(3/28/2018): Dr. Shira Amdur, Supportive Medicine, was interviewed by radio station AM - 740 News Radio, discussing the April 14 “Caring for the Caregiver” event hosted by Kelsey-Seybold. She understands that caregiving can be so stressful and caregivers must take time to care for themselves.

Dr. Christine Le participated in an interview with the CW39
(3/16/2018): Dr. Christine Le, a Family Medicine physician at Tanglewood, participated in an interview with the CW39 about two topics. One was about how a strong handshake can correlate to a healthy heart. The other was about FDA plans to reduce nicotine in cigarettes to make them less addictive.

Dr. Ned Snyder talked with the CW39

(3/13/2018): Dr. Ned Snyder, Chief of Gastroenterology, talked with the CW39 about micro plastics found in water bottles and whether we should be worried. He said no and pointed out micro plastics are found in many other items, too.

Dr. Megan Pallister had a discussion with the CW39
(3/13/18): Dr. Megan Pallister, OB/GYN, spoke with the CW39 about how menstrual cramps could be compared to heart attacks, depending on degree of pain.

Dr. Sandberg sat down for a discussion with AM - 740 Radio and ABC 13
(3/13/2018) and (3/16/2018): Allergist, Dr. Eric Sandberg discussed, with AM – 740 News Radio and ABC 13 about the allergy season and what to expect this year, as well as common treatments.

Dr. Pamela Sanders spoke with the CW39
(3/6/2018): Dr. Pamela Sanders, pediatrician, spoke with CW39 about a rise in opioid overdoses in kids. She talked about what parents should be doing to keep prescription drugs locked up and out of reach.

Dr. Melanie Mouzoon sat down with the CW39
(3/2/2018): Dr. Melanie Mouzoon, Managing Physician for Immunization Practices, sat down with the CW39, discussing the peak of the flu season has finally arrived.
(3/8/2018) and (3/12/218): Dr. Mouzoon spoke with CW39 and Fox 26 about the cheerleaders exposed to mumps in Dallas, and she explained the symptoms to look (3/28/2018): Dr. Mouzoon was featured on Fox 26 about the possibility of a second wave of the flu, this time with strain B.

Dr. Carter had a discussion with ABC
(2/21/2018): Dr. Patrick Carter, Medical Director for Care Coordination and Quality Improvement and Chief of Family Medicine, provided insight to ABC about juice cleanses and whether they have any benefit to your health.

Dr. Joyce Holz shared insight with ABC
(2/2/2018): Dr. Joyce Holz, OB/GYN at Berthelsen Main Campus, discussed fitness trends in an ABC interview.

Dr. Steffanie Campbell was featured by the CW39
(1/31/2018): Dr. Steffanie Campbell, Family Medicine at Pearland, was interviewed by the CW39 about acrylamide and whether it’s present in potatoes and coffee.

Dr. Shane Magee spoke with the CW39
(1/19/2018): Dr. Shane Magee, Internal Medicine at Tanglewood, spoke with the CW39 about whether or not weather changes have an impact on your health.

Dr. Donnie Aga sat down for an interview with KTRK-TV (NBC)
(1/11/2018): Dr. Donnie Aga, Medical Director for KelseyCare Advantage, sat down for an interview with KTRK-TV (ABC) about how to utilize telemedicine and how it can come in handy during an active flu season.

Dr. Christine Le participated with FOX 26
(1/12/2018): Dr. Christine Le, Family Medicine at Tanglewood, participated on a phone bank at Fox 26, taking calls and answering questions regarding the flu and sharing prevention steps to take.
(1/16/2018): Dr. Christine Le spoke with radio station 740 KTRH about the dangers of holding in a sneeze and what could happen if you do.

Dr. Melanie Mouzoon sat down with KPRC-TV (NBC)
(1/9/2018): Dr. Melanie Mouzoon, immunization specialist, sat down with KPRC-TV (NBC) to talk about the flu epidemic and how to protect yourself from catching the flu.
(2/6/2018): Dr. Mouzoon spoke with Fox26 about the possibility of catching the flu more than once. 
(2/7/2018): Dr. Mouzoon discussed with KPRC-TV (NBC) the importance of getting a flu shot after a televangelist said we don’t have a flu season and to “inoculate yourself with the word of God.”
(2/9/2018): Dr. Mouzoon spoke with CW39 about all the different strains of flu, which ones have peaked, and which haven’t.
(2/9/2018): Dr. Mouzoon spoke with radio station 740 KTRH discussing this year’s lengthy flu season.
(2/22/2018): Dr. Mouzoon sat down with CW39 to talk about FluMist, which is approved for use next year, and offered her thoughts on it being available again.

Dr. Michael Newmark talked with CBS Dallas
(1/6/2018): Dr. Michael Newmark, neurologist at Berthelsen Main Campus, spoke with CBS Dallas about the compassionate use act. The program allows doctors to prescribe a dosage of medical marijuana that’s only legal in Texas for the treatment of intractable epilepsy.
(2/5/2018): Dr. Newmark talked with the Houston Chronicle about the compassionate use act and how it will change the way intractable epilepsy is treated.
(2/16/2018): Dr. Newmark was interviewed by Houston Public Media and featured online about the cannabis treatment through the compassionate use act.
(2/26/2018): Dr. Newmark sat down with CW39 to discuss the obstacles associated with the compassionate use act.

Dr. Puneet Patni spoke with radio station 740 KTRH
(1/4/2018): Dr. Puneet Patni, pulmonologist at Clear Lake, Berthelsen Main Campus, Pasadena, and the Sleep Center, spoke with radio station 740 KTRH about how Houston residents get a record low amount of sleep and what we can do to fix that.
(1/24/2018): Dr. Patni talked with radio station 740 KTRH about whether schools should have a delayed start time to help kids get enough sleep.

Dr. Richard Harris sat down with KPRC-TV (NBC)
(1/3/2018): Dr. Richard Harris, Internal Medicine at Katy, was featured on KPRC-TV (NBC) discussing exercises that easily can be completed in your office.
(2/9/2018): Dr. Harris was featured on Click2Houston.com about the pros and cons of kombucha tea.

Dr. Steffanie Campbell met with news radio 740 KTRH
(12/13/2017): Dr. Steffanie Campbell, Family Medicine at Pearland, met with news radio 740 KTRH about patients having a choice of youth or experience when choosing a doctor and what factors should be considered.

Dr. Jonathan Garza appeared on the CW39

(12/11/2017): Dr. Jonathan Garza, Chief of Neurology at Main Campus, appeared on CW 39 to discuss how dangerous concussions are especially in the National Football League.

Dr. Robert Dillon was featured on news radio 740 KTRH

(12/6/2017): Dr. Robert Dillon, Urology at Main Campus, was featured on news radio 740 KTRH about Viagra becoming available over the counter in Europe.

Dr. Melanie Mouzoon provided insight to FOX26 News

(12/6/2017): Dr. Melanie Mouzoon, immunization specialist, provided insight to Fox26 News about the importance of flu prevention this flu season.

Dr. Richard Harris was featured in the Houston Chronicle

(12/5/2017): Dr. Richard Harris, Internal Medicine at Katy, was featured in the Houston Chronicle discussing the impact Hurricane Harvey has on healthcare in the area.

Dr. Christine Le interviewed with news radio 740 KTRH

(12/4/2017): Dr. Christine Le, Family Medicine at Tanglewood, spoke with news radio 740 KTRH about how antibiotic resistance has caused a fall in life expectancy.

Dr. Megan Pallister was interviewed by KPRC-TV

(12/4/2017):​ Dr. Megan Pallister, OB-GYN at Tanglewood, spoke with KPRC-TV about the risk of depression in pregnancy, what to look out for, and when to see a doctor.

Dr. Helene Sheena was interviewed by KTRH AM 740 and KPRC TV
(11/15/2017) and (11/21/2017): Dr. Helene Sheena, pediatrician at Tanglewood, was interviewed by radio station KTRH AM 740 and KPRC TV to discuss how children in Houston who are displaced as a result of the hurricane may be coping with the holidays coming up. She was interviewed as part of a cobranding opportunity with the Girl Scouts of San Jacinto County. The group asked for our help in promoting a Facebook Live event for parents interested in learning how to help their children who had been displaced after the hurricane.

Dr. Michael Newmark interviewed with the CW39
(11/17/2017): Dr. Michael Newmark, neurologist at Main Campus, met with the CW39 to discuss medical marijuana becoming legal for epilepsy patients in Texas. Valerie Coffman, coordinator of the epilepsy program, also provided commentary.

Dr. Beth Yip and Dr. Michael Leung shared their insight with Community Impact Newspaper
(11/15/2017): Dr. Beth Yip, pediatrician at Pearland Clinic, Dr. Michael Leung, OB/GYN at Pearland Clinic, and Stuart Cayer, Director of Ambulatory Care, shared their insight with Community Impact newspaper about the growing medical industry in Pearland and how Kelsey-Seybold has adjusted to the growth.

Dr. Christine Le sat down with KTRH AM 740
(11/9/2017): Dr. Christine Le, Family Medicine at Tanglewood, interviewed with radio station KTRH AM 740 about older women who are binge drinking and its health repercussions.

Dr. Tony Lin was featured in a print article
(11/8/2017): Dr. Tony Lin, Chairman and Managing Director, was featured in a print article that got picked up in the Memorial Examiner, Bellaire Examiner, The Katy News and Chron.com about the renaming of Main Campus to the Spencer R. Berthelsen, M.D., Main Campus in honor of Dr. Berthelsen, retired Chairman of the Board and Managing Director of Kelsey-Seybold Clinic.

Dr. Anup Shah spoke with KHOU 
(11/2/2017): Dr. Anup Shah spoke with on KHOU about anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries and what recovery time looks like for professional athletes. This interview was prompted by the Texans quarterback who reportedly had sustained an ACL injury.

Dr. Patrick Carter provided insight to the CW39
(11/2/2017): Dr. Patrick Carter, Medical Director for Care Coordination and Quality Improvement and Chief of Family Medicine, provided insight to CW 39 about the insurance marketplace and what patients need to know about the enrollment period.

Dr. Donnie Aga sat down for an interview with the CW39
(11/2/2017): Dr. Donnie Aga, Medical Director for KelseyCare Advantage, sat down for an interview with CW 39 about Telemedicine and how it’s changing the landscape of medicine.
(11/20/2017): Dr. Aga was interviewed by Healthcare Finance News about how KelseyCare Advantage maintains its 5-star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

Dr. Richard Harris spoke with KPRC TV
(11/3/2017): Dr. Richard Harris, Internal Medicine at Katy Clinic, spoke with KPRC TV about the best time of day to work out. This piece aired in late October in Houston but was syndicated in 45 markets across the country, in nearly every state, in November.

Dr. Helene Sheena had a talk with NBC
(10/30/2017): Dr. Helene Sheena, Pediatrician at Tanglewood Clinic, was featured on NBC regarding Halloween safety tips.

Dr. Pamela Sanders provided insight to KTRH
(10/26/2017): Dr. Pamela Sanders, Pediatrician at Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, was interviewed on KTRH about how to have a safe and happy Halloween.

Craig Vollmers was featured by KTRH
(10/23/2017): Craig Vollmers, VP of Human Resources, was interviewed by KTRH regarding a shortage of nurses in the Texas Medical Center.

Dr. Puneet Patni shared insight with NBC
(10/10/2017): Dr. Puneet Patni, Pulmonary Medicine physician at Clear Lake, Pasadena, Sleep Center and Main Campus, was interviewed by NBC about the right time to nap and how long the right nap should be.

Dr. Richard Harris, had a discussion with KTRH
(10/3/2017): Dr. Richard Harris, Internal Medicine at Katy, was interviewed by KTRH about how people can overload on working out.
(10/24/2017): Dr. Harris also was interviewed twice by NBC. First, about the importance of moderation when it comes to coconut milk. And second, the best time of day to work out.

Dr. Christine Le sat down for an interview with KTRH

(10/2/2017): Dr. Christine Le, Family Medicine at Tanglewood, was interviewed by KTRH about how you can be unmarried and still live a healthy and happy life.

Dr. Melanie Mouzoon was interviewed by FOX

(10/2/2017): Dr. Melanie Mouzoon, Immunization Specialist at Women’s Center, was interviewed by FOX about the possibility of an increase in flu after hurricanes.
(10/5/2017): Dr. Mouzoon had a talk with KTRH about the importance of the flu vaccine and who should be getting the vaccine and when.
(10/6/2017): She discussed vaccines in general with KTRH and why they are important.
(10/6/2017): She talked with KTRH about people who are anti-vaccines and shared her opinion about how important it is to get vaccinated.

Dr. Christine Le was featured on radio station KTRH
(9/26/2017): Dr. Christine Le, Family Medicine at Tanglewood, was interviewed by radio station KTRH about a possible pill that can help stop binge drinking and kill the buzz of alcohol.

Dr. Melanie Williams spoke with FOX
(9/22/2017): Dr. Melanie Williams, Pediatrician at Pasadena, was interviewed by FOX about bullying in school and how to tell if your child is being bullied and what to do about it.

Dr. Steffanie Campbell had a talk with radio station KTRH
(9/18/2017): Dr. Steffanie Campbell, Internal Medicine at Pearland, had a talk with radio station KTRH about how binge-watching TV shows can lead to inflammatory-related death.

Dr. Shane Magee sat down with radio station KTRH
(9/14/2017): Dr. Shane Magee, Internal Medicine at Tanglewood, sat down with radio station KTRH discussing the relation between sitting for long periods and an increase in death.

Dr. Nicholas Solomos talked with radio station KTRH​​
(9/11/2017): ​Dr. Nicholas Solomos, Family Medicine at Meyerland, talked with radio station KTRH about the increase in cyber-condria, people who self-diagnose based on what they read online.

​Dr. Eric Sandberg sat down with FOX 
(9/9/2017): Dr. Eric Sandberg, Allergist at Main Campus, Clear Lake and Fort Bend, was interviewed by FOX discussing the increase in allergens after a hurricane and floods.  

Dr. Steffanie Campbell had a talk with radio station KTRH
(6/23/2017): Dr. Steffanie Campbell, Internal Medicine at Pearland, discussed the issues of anxiety with radio station KTRH.

Dr. Rohan Wagle sat down with radio station KTRH
(6/21/2017): Dr. Rohan Wagle, Cardiologist at Tanglewood, was interviewed by radio station KTRH about a possible vaccine to help with heart attacks​

Dr. Hunaid Gurji had a discussion with radio station KTRH
(6/20/2017): Dr. Hunaid Gurji, Pediatrician at Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, discussed with radio station KTRH the importance of kids getting enough exercise and all its health benefits.
​Dr. Richard Harris shared insight with FOX
(6/16/2017): Dr. Richard Harris, Internal Medicine at Katy​, shared insight with FOX about heat illness and the dangers of heat stroke.


Dr. Purnima Rao spoke with NBC

(6/15/2017): Dr. Purnima Rao, OB/GYN at Tanglewood, spoke with NBC about the mosquito transmitted zika​ virus and the dangers it poses for pregnant women.


Dr. Jessica Stull spoke with radio station KTRH
(6/12/2017): Dr. Jessica Stull, Internal Medicine at Tanglewood, was interviewed by radio station KTRH about the dangers of obesity and its multiple health risks.

Dr. Kaufman had a discussion with KRTH​
(6/6/2017): Dr. Kaufman, Plastic Surgeon at Main Campus, had a discussion with radio Station KTRH the dreaded selfie chin and a way to fix it.  ​

Dr. Shane Magee spoke with radio station KTRH
6/6/2017): Dr. Shane Magee, Internal Medicine at Tanglewood, spoke with radio station KTRH about super agers and how people are capable of living up to and longer than a hundred years.​

Dr. Ahmed Seweilam was interviewed by KHOU
(9/28/2016):​ D​r.  Ahmed Sewielam​, a board-certified Spine Specialist at Kelsey-Seybold M​ain Campus, was interviewed by KHOU about back injuries and how sport stars are at a high risk of injuring their back and how to possibly treat the injured back.

Dr. Helene Sheena was featured on FOX
(9/19/2016): Dr. Helene Sheena, a board-certified Pediatrician at Kelsey-Seybold Tanglewood Clinic​, was featured on FOX talking about the effects bullying has on children. She discussed how to spot the signs your child might be bullied or is the bully and what to do about it.​

​​Dr. Puneet Patni was interviewed by KTRH 
(8/30/2016): Dr. Puneet Patni, a board-certified Pulmonary Medicine physician at Kelsey-Seybold Clinic -Clear LakePasadenaMain Campus and Sleep Center, was interviewed by radio station KTRH 740 about how car fumes can have a negative impact on your sleep.

Dr. Soni was featured on NPR Radio
(8/23/2016): Dr. Soni, an Ophthalmologist at Kelsey-Seybold Spring Medical and Diagnostic Center​, was featured on NPR radio discussing eye sight and the importance on getting your eyes checked regularly.

Dr. Deepali Patni was interviewed by CW39
(8/16/2016)​: Dr. Deepali Patni, a board-certified OB/GYN at Kelsey-Seybold Downtown at the Shops and the Woman’s Center, was interviewed by CW39 about the dangers of acetaminophen and pregnancy. She discussed alternatives and what to look out for when pregnant.

Dietician Chris Nixon was interviewed by NBC
(8/22/2016): Dietician Chris Nixon, a Registered Dietician at Kelsey-Seybold Katy Clinic, was interviewed by NBC discussing the difference between breakfast bars and protein bars. She had examples of which ones were better for a meal replacement or a snack.

Dr.Kara Carter sat down with NBC​
(8/15/2016): Dr. Kara Carter​, a board-certified Pediatrician at Kelsey-Seybold Katy Clinic, talked with NBC about the importance of getting children on a sleep schedule to help with getting in a back to school routine.

Dr.Christine Le was interviewed by KTRH
(8/9/2016): Dr. Christine Le, a board-certified Family Medicine physician at Kelsey-Seybold Tanglewood Clinic, was interviewed by KTRH discussing the issues with Zika and how to protect yourself.

Dr. Melanie Mouzoon was featured on KHOU, CW39 and FOX
(8/1/2016): Dr. Melanie Mouzoon, a board-certified Immunization Specialist at Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, was featured on KHOU on a Facebook live segment where she discussed the importance of college vaccinations. 
(8/16/2016): Dr. Mouzoon was interviewed by CW39 about the importance of being vaccinated and who needs what vaccine and why.
(8/22/2016): Dr. Mouzoon was featured on FOX talking about vaccine exemptions and how being in a school with as few exempted children as possible can help reduce the risk of an outbreak like measles.

Dr. Steffanie Campbell was interviewed by CW39 and KTRH
(7/25/2016): Dr. Steffanie Campbell, a board-certified Internal Medicine physician at Kelsey-SeyboldPearland Clinic, was interviewed by CW39 about the dangers of heat stroke.  
(9/13/2016): Dr. Campbell was interviewed by CW39 about pneumonia and the signs and symptoms to look out for and ways to treat it.
(9/22/2016): Dr. Campbell was interviewed by radio station KTRH 740 about how Fitbit can actually cause less weight loss than thought originally.

Dr. Jonathan Garza was interviewed by NBC and KTRH
(7/19/2016): Dr. Jonathan Garza​, a board-certified Neurologist at Kelsey-Seybold Main Campus and Spring Medical and Diagnostic Center, was interviewed by NBC discussing the effects heat has on MS patients. And what the signs are and how to properly treat and help prevent them from happening.  
(9/9/2016): Dr. Garza, was featured on radio station KTRH 740 about the importance of taking care of your memory and gave some tips on caring for your memory now so you don’t have problems later.

Dr. Jonathan Aliota was featured on KHOU
(7/7/2016): Dr. Jonathan Aliota, a board-certified Cardiologist at Kelsey-Seybold Katy and Tanglewood Clinics, was featured on KHOU discussing if it’s possible to cure heartbreak with Tylenol. He also talked about symptoms of heartbreak and how to sooth the pain without medication.

Dr. Spencer Berthelsen was featured on KTRH
(7/6/2016): Dr. Spencer Berthelsen​, a board-certified Internal Medicine physician at Kelsey-Seybold Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, was featured on radio station KTRH 740 discussing the new medical technology which is telemedicine and how it’s changing the medical landscape.

Dr. Pamela Sanders was interviewed by KHOU and FOX
(7/4/2016): Dr. Pamela Sanders, a board-certified Pediatrician at Kelsey-Seybold Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, was interviewed by KHOU discussing the dangers of fireworks and gave safety tips on how to handle fireworks.
(8/16/2016)​: Dr. Sanders was interviewed by FOX about how important healthy breakfasts and lunches are for children. She showed examples of healthy options over not so healthy options

Dr. Helene Sheena was interviewed by KTRH 
​(6/28/2016): Dr. Helene Sheena​, a board-certified Pediatrician at Kelsey-Seybold Tanglewood Clinic​, was interviewed by KTRH about how kids understand smartphones better than daily living activities. For example, a child knows how to operate an app on the iPhone but can’t make themselves breakfast. ​

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