Men and women of all ages should see their primary care physicians annually to help them reduce the risk of developing serious health illnesses and issues by having these four routine evaluations Harbin Clinic calls the Core Four.
Ever since he was a child, Dr. John Simmons II was destined to be a surgeon. “When I was a kid, my family would call me ‘Dr. John,’” recalls Dr. Simmons. “Whenever my brothers would get scraped up from playing, I made it my job to dress the wounds and take care of them. I’ve always liked fixing things and solving problems, and being a surgeon goes hand-in-hand with that.”
When watching the big game, whether its baseball, football, basketball or another sport, men often reach for familiar comfort foods. Unfortunately, these meals can be loaded with calories and saturated fats.
Life is busy. Between your job, family duty, yard work and more on your to-do list, finding time to eat healthier often gets placed on the back burner. When it comes to staying healthy, focusing on nutrition and eating better can make a big difference. Following a few, simple steps men can eat healthier helping promote their wellness, prevent disease and improve their health stats.
This Father’s Day, Harbin Clinic wants to care completely for your father so he can continue to care for you. The gift of health is one of the best gifts you could give your father. Make this Father’s Day one about making healthy choices as a family.
Family and relationships, finances, job stability, and the fast pace of life can stress men out. Stress is a condition that is often characterized by symptoms of physical or emotional tension, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). June is Men’s Health Month and serves as a great time for men to focus on fighting stress and taking time to relax
Romans can celebrate the Fourth of July in style again this year, as the Harbin Clinic Patriotic Party in the Park returns to Ridge Ferry, featuring games, inflatable water slides, live music, food vendors and a phenomenal fireworks show.
Most people don’t think about their eyesight until something happens to it. Statistics from the National Eye Institute show as many as 23 million Americans over the age of 18 have never had an eye exam. May serves as Healthy Vision Month and Harbin Clinic Eye Center wants to remind everyone to take time to make eye health a priority.