Healthy Living

The Silent Health Crisis: Men’s Health

Most men are more likely to put off routine checkups or delay seeing a doctor when they have symptoms. Because of this, men’s health is considered a silent health crisis. Find out what men can do to have better health.

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How a Healthy Blood Pressure Can Prevent Stroke

High blood pressure is one of the leading risk factors for stroke, and more than 100 million Americans have high blood pressure according to the American Heart Association. Though the statistics are daunting, you can fight them by better understanding the link between high blood pressure and stroke. Read on to learn how high blood pressure causes a stroke, the symptoms of stroke and how you can prevent high blood pressure.

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Common Forms of Tick-Borne Disease in Arkansas

Warmer weather means more opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Unfortunately it also means a greater chance of tick bites. Baptist Health’s Dr. David Gerson with Sherwood Family Medical Center breaks down the most common tick-borne illnesses.

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All About Arthritis

With an estimated 54 million adults in the U.S. living with an arthritis diagnosis, both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are important to understand. Read on to learn more about common types of arthritis, your risk for developing the disease and the treatment options available.

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11 Ways You Can Stay Healthy and Active Throughout Your Day

Most Arkansans live an overly sedentary lifestyle – which can be linked to obesity, cardiovascular disease and depression. In fact, the World Health Organization listed inactivity as the fourth greatest risk factor for global adult mortality – but by staying active at work, you easily keep yourself from becoming a part of this statistic. Add more active hours to your day by following the tips.

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