In every aspect of our life, we should strive to improve. I would bet everyone reading this has at one time or another along the way had a vision of the type of person they would like to be. The question you need to ask is: Do your actions match up with the type of person you inspire to be? Do they move you toward your goal?
A happy, healthy pregnancy and baby are always the goal of every mother and healthcare provider. At Baptist Health, our team of women’s health experts want to do everything possible to ensure mothers are at a low risk for birth defects and complications during pregnancy. The best way to reduce your risk is to plan ahead and talk to your provider about your health and any concerns you may have prior to becoming pregnant.
Recently, Dr. Gardner established the first Reach Out and Read program in southeast Arkansas. Reach Out and Read is a national non-profit. The program helps develop speech and language skills for children beginning in the newborn period and extending until they enter school around kindergarten and first grade. The purpose is to prepare them for school and set them up for success.
Whether you’re an avid marathon runner or an occasional jogger, running is a great way to stay healthy and fit. But did you know that running can do more than improve your physical fitness? It can also have a profound impact on the health of your heart. Let’s explore how regular running affects your cardiovascular system.
Heart disease may be the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States, but the symptoms of heart attack can be drastically different depending on your genetic sex. Read on to learn more about the most common symptoms of heart attack in women, and the actions you should take if you notice them.