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July 28, 2015

Summer Simplicity: How going back to the basics can save your heart

A balanced, low-sodium diet is important to keep your heart happy. In Harrington’s Cardiology department, we recommend our patients eat five or more fruits and vegetables per day. With all the farmers’ markets and fresh produce shipped into groce... continue »
June 24, 2015

A Cancer Survivor’s Experience with Wound Care Therapy

The first time I heard the words “wound care” was from my plastic surgeon. When he said it, I had no idea what he was actually talking about and nor did I want to. I said, “I’ll take care of this myself.” But after a few months of doing ev... continue »
June 2, 2015

Know the Facts on Wound Care Awareness

Harrington is celebrating Wound Care Awareness Week by bringing more attention to the estimated 6.7 million people suffering from chronic, non-healing wounds. Wound Care therapy is a specialty program designed to treat these wounds. They originate fr... continue »
May 18, 2015

Take the Quiz: How is Your Hearing?

Hearing loss can occur at any stage in life. Many people who experience hearing loss aren’t even aware they have a condition. Hearing loss can be a natural part of the aging process or as a result of damaging noise or trauma. People who have experi... continue »
May 14, 2015

Our Celebration of Hospital and Nurse’s Week

Every day of the year, our healthcare providers play a vital role in caring for the health of our patients and communities. Two weeks during the year, we call special attention to the fantastic services of all our hospital workers—and nurses in par... continue »
April 1, 2015

Spring in Your Step: Learning to Run Long Distances

Spring is in the air, and after a long winter, many of us are excited to get outside and get moving! Running can be a great way to improve your fitness, improve your health, and decrease stress.  Many people are intimidated to start a new fitness ro... continue »
February 19, 2015

Typical and Atypical Angina: What to Look For

Angina is a common condition that affects several million people in the United States. Yet most people aren’t aware of the different symptoms and types of this condition for men and women. Angina pectoris or typical angina is the discomfort that is... continue »