These Kelsey-Seybold doctors were featured in news articles and interviews in July 2020.
July 1: Dr. Christine Le, Family Medicine, Tanglewood Clinic, spoke with FOX 26 about how to stay healthy while caring for someone at home who has COVID-19.
July 20: Dr. Le spoke to KTRH 740-AM about misleading COVID-19 cures that are not viable or true.
July 2: Dr. Pamela Sanders, Pediatrics, Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, was interviewed by FOX 26 regarding fireworks safety during the Fourth of July holiday.
July 17: Dr. Sanders was featured on KPRC-TV discussing the best ways to prepare kids with a sleep routine for going back to school.
July 2: Dr. Suma Manjunath, Pediatrics, Pearland Clinic, spoke to FOX 26 regarding safety precautions for those traveling for the Fourth of July.
July 13: Dr. Manjunath was interviewed by FOX 26 regarding COIVD-19 mutating and what it means for the virus and our health.
July 23: Dr. Manjunath spoke to FOX 26 about the pros and cons of kids going back to school in person or virtually.
July 8: Dr. Eric Sandberg, Allergy and Immunology, Clear Lake Clinic, Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, and Berthelsen Main Campus, talked to FOX 26 about safely moving residences during the pandemic and ways to help keep your house COVID clean.
July 10: Dr. Puneet Patni, Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine, Clear Lake Clinic, Berthelsen Main Campus, Pasadena Clinic, and Sleep Center, spoke to FOX 26 about the possible long-term effects COVID-19 may have on the body.
July 16: Dr. Shane Magee, Internal Medicine, Tanglewood Clinic, spoke to FOX 26 about the differences between wearing a face mask or wearing a face shield and what he recommends.
July 21: Dr. Megan Pallister, OB/GYN, Tanglewood Clinic, and Woman’s Center, spoke to ABC 13 about what you should know and precautions you should take if pregnant or trying to get pregnant during a pandemic.
July 23: Dr. George Adesina, Cardiology, Berthelsen Main Campus, Clear Lake Clinic, and Pasadena Clinic, was featured on KPRC-TV discussing the reason for the increase in broken heart syndrome during the pandemic.
July 29: Dr. Donnie Aga, Medical Director for Healthcare Innovation, was featured along with his patient on FOX 26 discussing the importance of virtual health during a pandemic and how it has changed healthcare.