Kelsey-Seybold Doctors Made Headlines in February By Connections • March 10, 2020 • 0 Comments These 11 Kelsey-Seybold doctors were featured in news articles and interviews in February 2020.Feb. 4: Dr. Eric Sandberg, Allergy and Immunology, Clear Lake Clinic, Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, and Berthelsen Main Campus, spoke with ABC 13 about precautions to take ahead of the spring allergy season.Feb 10: Dr. Christine Le, Family Medicine, Tanglewood Clinic, spoke with FOX 26 about how eating a healthy diet may help with fighting off the flu.Feb. 10: Dr. Biren Patel, Behavioral Medicine, Meyerland Plaza Clinic, was interviewed on the Isiah Factor on FOX 26 about how anxiety and depression can lead to memory loss and ways to treat it.Feb. 13: Dr. Patel and his wife Dr. Michelle Udayamurthy, Internal Medicine, Berthelsen Main Campus, were interviewed on the Isiah Factor on FOX 26 about foods that can enhance your mood for Valentine’s Day.Feb. 11: Dr. Jonathan Aliota, Interventional Cardiology, Tanglewood Clinic and Katy Clinic, was interviewed on the Isiah Factor on FOX 26 about broken heart syndrome. Dr. Aliota highlighted the risk factors and signs of a broken heart.Feb. 11: Dr. Melanie Mouzoon, managing physician for Immunization Practices, Women’s Center, spoke to KTRH 740-AM about the media and health panics and whether the coronavirus should be cause for alarm.Feb. 13: Dr. Yetunde Sokunbi, Family Medicine, Pearland Clinic, spoke with KPRC-TV about the importance of washing sheets and jeans and how often.Feb. 20: Dr. Carminia Davidsohn, Internal Medicine, managing physician at Cypress Clinic, spoke with KPRC-TV about the dangers of heavy social drinking, which is causing more deaths among women.Feb. 25: Dr. Pamela Sanders, Pediatrics, Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, spoke with KTRH 740-AM about the dangerous social media trend called the “skull-breaker challenge” that is leading to injuries among teens.Feb. 27: Dr. George Adesina, Cardiology, Berthelsen Main Campus, Clear Lake Clinic, and Pasadena Clinic, was interviewed by KPRC-TV about the impact love can have on health.