It's being held Saturday, May 30, on the Clinton Center Lawn.
Fixing a flaw is easier than ever before. But if you've been anxious at the outcome of how you would look, new technology can help.
It's true, we need sunlight. It gives off Vitamin D and has a beneficial effect on our mood, however UV rays are responsible for several types of skin cancer and sunburn.
States will compete to enroll as many participants as possible in the free health and safety service designed for pregnant women and new moms. Grandparents also encouraged to signup. The contest runs through Oct. 30.
The Arkansas National Guard’s Counterdrug Program and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration transported the medications to Covanta Energy in Huntsville, Alabama, where they were destroyed at no charge as a part of the Prescription for Safety program.
The Arkansas Mission of Mercy to provide a 100-chair dental clinic both days.
Jesse Lay, 27, is a father of three who needs a bone marrow transplant from a matching donor.
The research, conducted by physicians and epidemiologists from the Arkansas Department of Health and University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, showed that Hep C-related hospitalizations increased from 2,837 in 2004, to 4,141 in 2012.
Running, biking and lifting weights are all things that contribute to a healthy lifestyle, but this wasn't the case for one man in his early 40's when he had a heart attack.
If Robyn Rowe can raise the money for her travel costs, she will join a team organized through International Medical Relief
It's located at 605 Dave Ward, Suite 105.
Baptist Health Little Rock is the only hospital in Arkansas with doctors readily available at a moments notice for emergencies.
Doctors gave Kathy Michaud 6 months to 2 years to live. She moved out of state to get treatment and says it saved her life.
Listeria monocytogenes contamination discovered in a sample randomly collected by the Nebraska Department of Agriculture.
Head Start programs spread out across Pulaski County are helping to grow children educationally and socially. But UAMS Head Start is also making a push to get those kids to eat healthily.
The company has recalled all of its products from store shelves, including: ice cream, frozen yogurt, sherbet, and frozen snacks.
Participants get one-on-one support, hear first-hand stories from former smokers and learn to manage stress, avoid weight gain and stay smoke free for life.
The fellowship provides physicians a year of experience focusing on the evaluation, management and treatment of a wide range of injuries and illnesses related to athletes and active lifestyles. UAMS will host two fellows annually.
Students, faculty and other staff will be able to use four lactation stations starting next week.
Phillip Turner's inspiration comes from a protein fragment found in the human body which he has re-made in the lab.
A worker employed at the restaurant at 1812 AR-9 Bus, off I-40 Exit 108, has tested positive for Hepatitis A. Customers who ate there between March 25 and April 5 and are experiencing symptoms, are urged to see a doctor right away.
There have been no reported illnesses associated with the hummus recall.
Study finds his consumption of a gallon per day produced too many oxalate crystals in his body.
The Liaison Committee on Medical Education granted it after a four-day review that followed a rigorous two-year self-study process involving more than 100 faculty and staff members.
Their responses will be used in the development of the Arkansas State Plan on Aging for the next four years.
Subjects enrolled in the study were followed for a six-month period or until an ulcer recurrence.
Center in Little Rock helps diagnose why patients fail to get a good night's sleep.
After a fire and reputed financial mismanagement, Crittenden County Regional in West Memphis might get a second chance.
A Little Rock hospital is conducting research on the problem and is looking for children ages 1 to 4 to take part in a clinical study.
Four victims were under the age of 18.