Prostate cancer remains the second most common cancer among men, with more than 260,000 cases diagnosed each year. Plus, it is the second leading cause of cancer deaths among men, behind only lung cancer. That’s why board-certified urologist Arthur D. Thomas, MD, is focused on enhancing every patient’s quality of life through advancements in curated care at St. Clair Health.
Colorectal cancer is the second most common cause of cancer deaths among Americans, and studies show both the incidence and death rates among people younger than 50 are on the rise. Lifetime risk factors are similar in men and women, it can be reduced by increasing physical activity, keeping healthy weight, limiting alcohol consumption, and avoiding tobacco.
Are you thinking about getting rid of those wrinkles and lines and achieve a more youthful-looking complexion? A skin care regimen with solid results has the ability to not only boost an individual’s confidence levels, but overall improve an individual’s quality of life. Wellness not only refers to how a patient feels on the inside but also how that is reflected on the outside. Autumn Groscost, Physician Assistant with St. Clair Medical Group Plastic Surgery expresses, “Our practice works to fully assess a patient during their consultations and manage goals to provide them with the best regimen for their individual needs.” Botox and Fillers can be a vital component that most people are missing. We tend to treat the surface of our skin—cleansing, moisturizing, and protecting it from the sun, but despite our best efforts, wrinkles, and fine lines happen as we age.
Music provides individuals with a way to communicate without having to use words or sentences. “Music touches a part of our brain that nothing else does. It can lift us up and break us down all in one song, and that’s all a part of healing,” explains Cassie Kulesa, a Music Therapy Specialist at St. Clair Health.
Cancer is said to be one of the leading causes of death for people all over the world. Researchers have also found that about 40 percent of all cancer diagnoses within the United States are attributed to preventable causes.