Stroke Survivor Encourages You to Know the Warning Signs
Dewayne Wilson, 52, Fort Smith, says he’s never had a “real vacation.” The construction worker and father of two likes to stay busy. But in March 2022, an unexpected medical
Summer Vegetable Planting Calendar: The Arkansas Edition
From juicy tomatoes to crisp cucumbers to spicy peppers, ample fresh produce is one of our favorite parts of an Arkansas summer. While you can find many delicious vegetables and fruits at local farmer’s markets, growing your own is by far a more satisfying experience.
Summer Shoe Advice from Foot Experts
Warmer weather often means more outdoor activities, and let’s be honest – cuter shoes! But grabbing those cheap flip-flops the next time you head out the door could put you
When is Home Health Right for You or a Loved One?
Seeking assistance for health matters can be difficult, especially if it means giving up freedoms that a person is accustomed to. Home health offers the convenience and comfort of receiving
Watchman Implant, An Alternative for AFib Patients
The Watchman Flx™ implant device, approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), is a one-time, minimally invasive procedure for patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation (NFIB) not caused by a heart valve problem who need an alternative for blood thinners. The implant is small in size and doesn’t require open-heart surgery.
Health Conditions Impacting Minority Groups
Many minority groups in the United States face higher rates of certain health conditions than the general population. Let’s look at some of the most common health conditions impacting minority populations in the U.S. and what steps can be taken to prevent them .