Just like nothing in life ever stays the same, this holds true for self-care, too. As you age and approach different life stages, your needs and self-care activities will change also. Be ready for it, and remind yourself that you’re worth the effort!
It’s time to reserve your spot and join more than 1,500 glowing, green-garbed, bubble-blasting, foam-frolicking runners and walkers along the trails and streets of Downtown Rome for the 2019 edition of the Harbin Clinic Leprechaun-a-thon on Saturday, March 16.
Throughout October, the world will be infused with pink as nationwide Breast Cancer Awareness efforts increase knowledge about the disease that affects more than 200,000 women in the United States each year. Early detection of breast cancer is paramount to successful treatment and recovery, and one of the best ways to catch the disease in its earliest stages is by getting a mammogram - a generally painless test that usually takes less than 20 minutes.
Get ready to kick off your Thanksgiving week festivities with the Harbin Clinic Turkey Trot 5K and Health Wobble benefitting the United Way of Bartow County on Saturday, Nov. 17. The long-running event adds Harbin Clinic as the title sponsor this year but keeps the same great course and the fun, frivolity and fitness local athletes have come to expect.
On Wednesday June 20, Harbin Clinic partnered with the Rome Women’s Information Network to present Kick Pain in the Kitchen as Well as the Medicine Cabinet, an arthritis workshop aimed at teaching women and men how to fight symptoms of the disease with diet and exercise.
With warmer weather comes more time in the great outdoors, lounging by the pool, visiting the beach and incidentally soaking up some rays. It’s great to have fun outdoors, but Harbin Clinic Dermatology wants everyone to make sure to be proactive in protecting themselves from the sun.
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.
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.