These Kelsey-Seybold doctors were featured in news articles and interviews in July 2021.
July 5: Dr. John Griffin, Dermatology, Tanglewood, spoke to FOX 26 about summer skin issues, which include sunburns, skin rashes, and bug bites. He discussed treatment options and when to reach out to a doctor.
July 8: Dr. Desiree Thomas, Neurology, Berthelsen Main Campus and Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, spoke to FOX 26 about a patient’s seizure and a good Samaritan who helped him when he was in need.
July 18: Dr. Christine Le, Family Medicine, Tanglewood Clinic, spoke to FOX 26 about a chemical leak at Hurricane Harbor and issues it may have caused for the public.
July 19: Dr. Michelle Udayamurthy, Internal Medicine, Berthelsen Main Campus, spoke to FOX 26 about how certain foods can cause fatigue and gave tips on food groups to avoid and what to eat to have more energy.
July 21: Dr. Udayamurthy spoke with the Black News Channel about the current updates regarding the COVID-19 Delta variant and which precautions should stay in place.
July 21: Dr. Donnie Aga, Medical Director for Healthcare Innovation, spoke with the Black News Channel about the new COVID variants circulating and what safety measures the public should be taking.
July 26: Dr. Pam Sanders, Pediatrics, Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, spoke with FOX 26 about a viral challenge called the “choking game” preteens and teens are playing that can turn deadly. She spoke on the importance of parents staying involved in kids’ online social lives.
July 30: Dr. Steffanie Campbell, Internal Medicine, Pearland Clinic, spoke with FOX 26 about a viral challenge called the “75 HARD challenge.” She discussed the pros and cons to such a demanding workout program and the importance of getting checked by a doctor before starting a training program.