Grant of $975,000 funds the center for three years.
Free clinics help women get off the couch and strive toward running or walking a 5K.
He's recovering in a Rogers hospital after Tuesday morning operation.
It happened Monday morning on Klenc Road, just south of Highway 412.
Enrollees likely would not have had insurance without new program, say officials.
A young girl with Battens Disease is inspiring many people across the country to raise awareness about her rare condition.
Volunteers helped educate the disabled about the legislative and political process.
A North Little Rock man whose son received treatment at the hospital decided he wanted to help by bringing gifts to the young patients.
A reunion was held at UAMS Sunday for former premature babies, their families, doctors and staff members.
April is Autism Awareness Month.
MRI recently conducted on Kali Hardig.
Magnolia High School students got to watch a simulated childbirth.
The tournament is held in memory of Arkansas native Paul Dunn.
This year’s theme, “Public Health: Start Here,” focuses on the simple, first steps that individuals and communities can take to lead healthier lives.
The total awarded was $1 million.
A Little Rock bakery is making healthy foods for area hospitals.
The Red Cross seeks your help for patients in need.
Demand is high and healthcare providers say the need will continue to rise.
The hotline is available 24 hours a day at 1-800-222-1222.
New church-based center will be open the second Monday of the month from 3 to 6 p.m. at 1215 South Schiller Street and is operated by community health nurses.
Man's wife may be in nursing home but he gets through the lonely moments by making regular visits to see his love.
A group of Little Rock doctors is taking a unique approach to fighting the disease.
Health care advocates, cancer survivors, and caregivers joined up today to discuss the current state of cancer in Arkansas.
The gift comes from the Judd Hill Foundation.
The recent purchase of a matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometer, is making obsolete some age-old clinical microbiology lab techniques.
UAMS physicians are seeing patients and performing surgery at Baptist Health Medical Center-Little Rock.
The Arkansas Department of Health says recommendation is routine after some students diagnosed with the illness.
Their challenge was to create healthy dishes for school cafeteria menus.
Study finds that while healthcare options have improved, children still need better access to care, nutritious meals and health education.
Clinton School of Public Service shares the information.