A special program at UAMS helps parents of premature babies transition from the hospital to the home.
Older people might need help keeping cool when temperatures rise to extreme levels.
Joe Ostaszewski taking part in Aug. 23 event in Fort Smith.
Women battling cancer call the fix-ups a nice surprise.
Community Health Systems operates 10 hospitals in Arkansas, two of them were not affected by tbe incident..
Courtesy of American Cancer Society program that teaches beauty techniques to help them combat the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment.
Doctors say early identification and intervention can greatly improve a child’s path in life.
Arkansas doctors begin using new spinal cord stimulation device.
Agency working to ensure protocols are in place to screen and monitor individuals who may have traveled to Arkansas from the affected West African countries (Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Nigeria).
Robotized Stereotactic Assistant (ROSA) will be used to locate small targets in the body for minimally invasive epilepsy and oncology procedures.
Poison control specialists talk about the importance of keeping chemicals and pills out of the reach of children.
The Department of Health & Human Services takes action against Courtyard Rehabilitation and Health Center, LLC.
She shares tips for making the change to a tobacco-free lifestyle.
Many insects can look like the Kissing Bug, but it has distinct coloration and a pattern of black and orange like stripes.
These bugs can live indoors, in cracks and holes of substandard housing, or in a variety of outdoor settings.
Arkansans urged to roll up their sleeves leading into Labor Day weekend.
Planning process clears another hurdle as public input sessions end.
The insect found outside their home is more likely a harmless look-a-like Assassin bug.
As back to school nears, kids get free health check ups to prepare for a new year.
The state's First District Rep. Rick Crawford says "I don’t feel it is a responsible approach."
A rehab program helps patients who suffer from cardiac related problems live a healthy life.
Boating and fishing is allowed but visitors are urged to avoid algae when out on the lake.
A doctor talks about tips on preventing head lice in the summer months.
There are millions of cases of head lice every year in the United States and doctors at Arkansas Children's Hospital say they get dozens of visits a week from frantic parents asking how to stop the itching.
According to the Department of Human Services, more than 184,000 in the state have enrolled in Arkansas' compromise Medicaid expansion.
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.