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Research shows one in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime. Baptist Health along with Arkansas Urology is introducing a high tech prostate imaging and biopsy that will help save lives.
Football rivals Benton and Bryant partner with the American Red Cross for to help save lives.
Protests continue for second day by members of the group ADAPT.
Baptist Health sponsors event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Watershed, Inc., 3701 Springer Boulevard.
Agreement expands long term acute care services in Little Rock and Sherwood.
Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death killing 480,000 people a year.
The funding will allow dental hygiene and dental students to provide oral screenings and basic dental care under supervision of licensed dentists. In addition to cleanings, the services can now include simple fillings and extractions.
Walmart launched its newest health clinic with a marching band and fanfare. The retailer is looking to change the game in retail health, offering more services at a lower cost than its rivals.
Crews were called to the scene in Arkadelphia around 3 a.m. on Monday where the Plaza went up in flames. Services will be provided at neighboring clinics all within a mile of the plaza.
If they win, the $15,000 prize will be donated to the 20th Century Club’s Lodge in Little Rock, which provides housing for UAMS cancer patients and other cancer patients from around the state.
Registration required. Eligibility requirements include: anyone 60+ with at least two cardiovascular risk factors and men 55+ with a family history of abdominal aortic aneurysm and at least one additional cardiovascular risk factor.
It puts the power to help save lives in the hands of donors by making it simple and convenient to give blood.
More than 194-thousand have fully completed enrollment
Discovery could lead to new targeted therapies for eosinophilic eophagitis (EoE).
The Affordable Care Act and economies of scale are changing the state’s health care landscape.
A Little Rock widow works to continue her husband's legacy of raising awareness on Sickle Cell.
Complications during birth cause problems for one pregnant mother, but the doctors at UAMS come to the rescue.
Celebration is Saturday at the Museum of Discovery in Little Rock.
It's one of the most exciting moments in a woman's life, the birth of her infant. But when things go wrong it could also be the most terrifying.
CVS Health to reflect broader health care commitment.
James Andrews will be part of the UAMS Orthopaedic Forum. The event is free to attend but registration is required.
The clinic includes physicians and staff from urology, wound care nurses, and medical social workers who will coordinate with other UAMS medical services including physical medicine and rehabilitation, plastic and reconstructive surgery, general surgery, neurosurgery and orthopedics.
A local man's life was changed after being treated for an irregular heartbeat disorder.
Final rates will be released once the plans are certified by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This will happen before open enrollment for 2015 begins on Nov. 15.
The North Arkansas Regional Medical Center in Harrison says so far this year, there's been a 44 percent drop in "charity care."
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.