As you make healthy changes for 2017, talk with your healthcare provider about screenings you might need. These could include a colonoscopy. Sending a doctor – even a doctor operating by proxy through a camera the size of a straw – into ‘places the sun doesn’t shine’ isn’t an appealing idea to most people.
Blog posts tagged “cancer:”
Happy New Year! Often, but especially this time of year, people will ask my LifeCenter colleagues and me, “How can I lose weight?”
Early lung cancer diagnosis is critical. AtlantiCare offers low-dose CT scanning, which can help detect lung cancer early.
Our “Bra-vo” art exhibit showcases the artwork of breast cancer survivors who got together to create works of art inspired by their experiences with cancer. Lead by artist Kathy English, artists were encouraged to explore their experiences with cancer. Kathy helped each woman convey her specific hardships, worries, triumphs and emotions through sculpture.
True or False? To prevent sunburn and skin cancer, you really need a sunscreen with an SPF higher than 30.
Ever wonder why men don’t seem to live as long as women?
Tobacco use is the number one cause of preventable death in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC estimates that 443,000 people in the US die prematurely every year as a result of smoking or exposure to secondhand smoke.
Please join us for an interactive Tobacco Cessation Class!
Gilda's Club South Jersey and AtlantiCare Cancer Care Institute present Tiffany Fancher, MD, board certified general and colorectal surgeon.