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December 19, 2012

Exposure to cold, wet and windy temperatures can cause injuries and even death. Here's how to reduce risk and recognize the signs of cold-related illnesses.

Read More about Reduce Your Risk of Cold Weather Injuries

October 8, 2012

McFarland Clinic is pleased to welcome Sarah Tofilon to our Fort Dodge Medical Oncology Department at Trinity Regional Medical Center.

Read More about Dr. Tofilon: McFarland Clinic Welcomes Medical Oncologist

August 23, 2012

McFarland Clinic is pleased to welcome Jean Hermsen, DO, to our Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose and Throat) Department.

Read More about Dr Hermsen: McFarland Clinic Welcomes Otolaryngologist to Ames

August 7, 2012

McFarland Clinic is pleased to welcome Bryan Warme, MD, to the Orthopedic Surgery Department in Ames.

Read More about Dr. Warme: McFarland Clinic Welcomes New Orthopedic Surgeon

July 31, 2012

What causes childhood obesity, and how can you combat it? McFarland Clinic pediatrician Therese Halbur, MD has the answer.

Read More about Childhood Obesity: Fighting Rising Rates with Lifestyle Changes

July 27, 2012

McFarland Clinic is pleased to welcome Jeremy Fields, MD to our Gastroenterology Department. Dr. Fields received his medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor and completed an internal medicine residency at the University of Iowa in Iowa City. Dr. Fields then completed a fellowship in...
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July 20, 2012

McFarland Clinic wants to ensure we’re doing all we can to empower our patients with tools for them to control their own health care. Now, with the introduction of the MyChart app for both Apple and Android devices, our patients have secure access to the benefits of our online patient...
Read More about MyChart App Offers On-the-go Access to Medical Records

May 24, 2012

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in women across the world. Here's why women may be at higher risk.

Read More about Women's Preventive Health: Keeping Your Heart Healthy

May 21, 2012

One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. Mohs Surgery is one way skin cancer can be detected and removed.

Read More about Q&A: Dr. Leslie Christenson on Mohs Surgery

May 18, 2012

Heart Disease, cancer, stroke, chronic lower respiratory diseases, and Alzheimer’s disease are the leading causes of death among women in the United States – 64% of deaths among females in 2009 were attributed to one of these causes according to the Centers for Disease Control. Yet there’s much women can do to lower their risk of being impacted by these threats. Take charge by clicking on "prevention tips" under any of the top causes to learn tips to implement in your life. 

Read More about Preventive Health: Avoiding the Top Threats to Women's Health
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