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.
In this busy world of working, running errands and taking care of others, it’s easy for women to forget to take care of themselves. However, maintaining personal health should always be a top priority. The good news is that there are many simple ways women can create positive health habits. Below, we have listed a few that you and the women in your life can start working on together.
Summer is almost here, along with days spent poolside, weekends spent at the lake, outdoor family barbeques – and increased sun exposure. May is Melanoma and Skin Cancer Detection Month, and as part of our commitment to building happier, healthier communities, we want to help you avoid the negative effects of sun exposure. Keep your summer fun and care-free with these skin protection tips.
Jam-packed schedules and overcommitted calendars are rampant in today’s world. Between work, school, family, friends, hobbies and social obligations, you may feel like you can’t always afford to get a good night’s sleep – but in reality, you can’t afford not to get adequate shut eye.
Immunizations are an important part of a happy, healthy community, but unfortunately they are shrouded in unnecessary controversy due to confusion and misinformation. Keep reading to get the facts straight on vaccines – and why you and your family need them.
Careful, healthy meal planning is all too often wrecked by the mid-afternoon munchies, but there are many ways to fight the temptation. Instead of reaching for a bag of chips in between meals, try one of the below snacks to help you power through the day.
Baptist Health Helping Area Students Start the Day Prepared to Learn With Good2Go School Breakfast Program
Baptist Health has partnered with the Little Rock School District, Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance, the Arkansas No Kid Hungry campaign, and Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s Healthy Active Arkansas initiative to create the new Baptist Health BHealthy Good2Go program that is aimed at ensuring students have a nutritious start that promotes learning throughout the rest of the day.
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