These Kelsey-Seybold doctors were featured in news articles and interviews in October 2020.
Oct. 1: Dr. Tri Vu, Hematology/Oncology, Berthelsen Main Campus and Spring Medical and Diagnostic Center, spoke to ABC 13 about the importance of early breast cancer screening and treatment options should cancer be detected.
Oct. 2: Dr. Puneet Patni, Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine, Clear Lake Clinic, Berthelsen Main Campus, Pasadena Clinic, and Sleep Center, spoke to ABC 13 about COVID-19 interfering with kids’ sleep due to increased technological use associated with virtual classroom learning.
Oct. 6: Dr. Donnie Aga, Medical Director for Healthcare Innovation, spoke to KPRC-TV NBC to discuss how downplaying the COVID-19 could be detrimental to the public’s health.
Oct. 8: Dr. Melanie Mouzoon, Managing Physician for Immunization Practices and a Pediatric Hospitalist, Woman’s Center and St. Luke’s Medical Tower, was interviewed by KTRH 740-AM, discussing the COVID-19 vaccine and anti-vaxxer mistrust.
Oct. 14: She spoke to ABC 13 about the possibility of kids getting vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine and whether she recommends it.
Oct. 15: Dr. Pamela Sanders, Pediatrics, Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, spoke to ABC 13 about having a safer Halloween, including safety tips for trick or treating.
Oct. 31: She spoke to FOX 26 about different ways to participate in Halloween during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oct. 16: Dr. Megan Pallister, OB/GYN, Tanglewood Clinic and Woman’s Center, spoke to ABC 13 about a possible COVID-19 baby boom and what that could mean for expectant mothers.
Oct. 19: Ronda Elsenbrook, Registered Dietitian in Nutrition Services, Meyerland Plaza Clinic and Fort Bend Medical and Diagnostic Center, spoke to ABC 13 about stress eating during the pandemic and how it’s affecting waistlines.
Oct. 27: Dr. Michelle Udayamurthy, Internal Medicine, Berthelsen Main Campus, spoke to FOX 26 about strategies for staying safer at crowded voting polls.
Oct. 29 and 30: Dr. Helene Sheena, Pediatrics, Tanglewood Clinic, spoke to FOX 26, suggesting fun ways for kids to have a safer Halloween.