Wawona Packing Co. is voluntarily recalling peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots that were packed at its Cutler, California, warehouses between June 1 and July 12.
Newest KIDS COUNT Data Book also shows state still ranks poorly in economic well-being of children.
They include: Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield, Celtic Insurance Company, National Blue Cross Blue Shield Multi-State, QCH Health Plan Inc., and QualChoice Life and Health Insurance Company, Inc.
Arkansas Children's Hospital, Blue Bell Ice Cream and the American Red Cross are offering a sweet reward for all who come to give blood at the hospital this Friday, July 18th.
Involves all ink, needles, tubes, ink cups and kits distributed by White & Blue Lion.
Blood donations are harder to come by in the summer, so now it's more important than ever to donate!
Noted accomplishments includes more than doubling the number of fraud referrals made to the Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.
When the weather brings extreme heat, it can be dangerous just being outside.
A childcare center in Little Rock also helps to treat children with disabilities.
He has been a UAMS professor of orthopaedics for the past three years while continuing his private practice.
There's a special preschool in Little Rock that's doing more than just teaching children, employees are changing lives of kids with disabilities.
Dr. Dayton Steelman will be presenting his three-part program on ticks, chiggers, and mosquitoes Saturday, July 19 at Hobbs State Park in Rogers.
Free classes at First Security Amphitheater extended Saturdays through August 9..
Two nurses from Arkansas Children's Hospital win service awards.
“Engaging Our Students: Technology and Active Learning” will be held 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. July 24 and 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. July 25.
Arkansas Children’s Hospital partners with Blue Bell Ice Cream, Red Cross to encourage people to roll up their sleeves.
The germ is spread by direct contact with an infected person and occasionally from eating or drinking contaminated food or water. Foods most often associated with Shigella outbreaks are salads and sandwiches that involve a lot of hand contact in their preparation, and raw vegetables contaminated in the field.
All 17 of HSU's spring nursing grads passed the test on their first try, giving Henderson nursing students a 100 percent first-time pass rate.
Two Little Rock nurses are receiving national recognition because of their simple dedication.
Health.com survey also shows psychological distress and other indicators of poor mental health are high in the Natural State.
Ruling could serve as template for future challenges to President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law.
The American Red Cross encourages Arkansans to roll up a sleeve to help prevent a summer shortage.
This year the organization made it public that folks could make donations to those raising funds for the Race for the Cure through the month of June.
Officials say 74 workers in Hot Springs will lose their jobs, 14 in Little Rock and three in Morrilton.
Little Rock summer camps work to keep kids active.
A shigella outbreak at Walmart's home office cafeteria has left many questioning the safety of their food.
Summer time means summer camps, and some Little Rock camps are using different techniques to keep kids active and fit this summer.
Students work out to stay fit this summer on the UALR campus.
At the University of Arkansas at Little Rock programs are in place to help students prevent the "freshman 15" from becoming a problem.
The annual competition for police and fire departments gets extra incentive from an officer's son who faces a battle for his life.