Your life is an amazing journey, and our purpose is to guide you to health, heal you from sickness or injury, support your recovery and celebrate health in all forms. Here you'll find healthy resources, tips and inspiring stories so you can continue to be amazing.

What you need to know to stay healthy this flu season

So far this flu season, Faulkner County is one of the 11 Arkansas counties reporting the majority of flu cases in our state. Dr. Jessica Tackett breaks down the flu season, flu symptoms, and prevention for Faulkner County.

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Move Forward in Your Health Journey by Making Your Actions Match the Person You Aspire to Be

Did you make a resolution to get healthier this year? Jeremy Ray, BS, CPT, offers tips to succeed in your health improvement journey.

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2 Recipes for the Holidays

Cold weather has finally arrived. People are bundling up and trying to stay warm this holiday season. We are happy to provide you with two recipes and directions that are sure to keep you warm and full this Christmas.

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How and When to Wash Your Hands

This year’s 2018 National Handwashing Week was at the beginning of December. Washing your hands is one of the easiest and best ways of preventing ailments, such as Staph infections, the flu and the common cold, that occur when we touch our face or mouth with our hands.

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Car Seat Safety as Your Baby Grows

Car seats help protect your children if you have an accident which is why it’s so important to use the right car seat every time your child is in the car. There are many car seat choices on the market today and it’s important to know which one is appropriate for your child’s age and size and that the seat fits correctly in your vehicle.

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Arkansas has one of the highest rates of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, in the country, with the condition affecting nearly 15% of our population. Though ADHD can present significant hurdles for those with the condition, many of them live productive, healthy lives through a variety of treatment options.

 An individual is diagnosed with ADHD when he or she displays at least six out of the nine (five out of nine for individuals 17 and older) symptoms of either inattention type ADHD or hyperactivity-impulsivity type ADHD over a period of six months or longer within at least two settings, such as home and school/work. Read on to learn more about the symptoms of ADHD and find out if you or someone you care for may need a professional evaluation.

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The Top 4 Benefits of School Gardens

A healthier Arkansas begins with healthier children. At Baptist Health, we believe the ongoing effort to plant gardens at schools will play an important role in educating the next generation about a nutritious diet – something we’ve seen evidence of in Conway public elementary schools.

In 2017, Conway Schools was awarded a USDA Farm to School Grant to build gardens at the district’s elementary schools. When Baptist Health heard the grant was enough to fund gardens at all but three schools, we knew we had to help. We provided the supplies needed for the last three school gardens and donated wheelbarrows to all 16 sixteen schools – and those gardens are making an amazing difference in both the children and community of Conway. Read on for the top 4 benefits we’ve seen school gardens provide.

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Our Vision Forward 2018

Throughout Challenging Health-Care Environment, Baptist Heath Must Embrace Change While Remaining Focused on Our People, Our Communities, and Our Values

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Keep on Amazing: Linda Mahnker

Linda Mahnker has created an amazing life in her retirement. She spends days on the lake and evenings sewing clothes for orphans in Honduras. She is also an exercise enthusiast – a trait she picked up while working out to recover from two hip replacements.

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