Flu season has arrived, and Harbin Clinic wants to remind everyone of a key cog in your flu defense plan - hand washing. It kills germs and bacteria and helps guard against sickness, including the flu.
Winter is here and with the season comes the chance of inclement weather. Harbin Clinic will be monitoring winter weather conditions and posting updates about delayed openings or closings as soon as possible.
Losing weight. Exercising more. Eating better. Getting more sleep. Being healthier. New Year’s resolutions can take many forms, and it’s never a bad idea to set goals to improve your life. However, one key sticking point for most resolutions is that it’s tough to keep them.
Whether they’re in scrubs, on the clock, or serving others during their personal time, those who wear a Harbin badge not only strive for the wellbeing of their patients, but for anyone who demonstrates a need.
Decorating. Cooking. Spending time with family and friends. The holiday season is full of festivities. But this time of year can also be a bit hectic. Last-minute gift shopping, cleaning the house to get ready for guests, trying to prepare the perfect menu and more can add a lot of extra stress to our already busy lives.
Dr. Melissa Dillmon and Dr. Dilawar Khan of the Harbin Clinic Tony E. Warren Cancer Center have each been recognized on a national and state level for the number of patients they enrolled in clinical trials for cancer research during 2016 and 2017.
The temperatures have cooled, and the leaves on the trees are changing colors, providing a great backdrop for the November edition of Harbin Clinic’s Walk With a Doc. Radiation Oncologist Dr. Matt Mumber encourages his patients to live a healthy, active lifestyle and will practice what he preaches on Saturday, Nov. 18 as he leads the event.
October 31st is a fun-filled experience for kids and families, but in order to keep your Halloween adventures as safe and healthy as possible, Harbin Clinic Pediatrics offers these tips for getting treats instead of tricks.