While there's no replacement for regular communication with your cardiologist, Dr. Jason Pelton shares some steps you can take a home to monitor your heart health.
April is National Humor Month. The goal is to raise awareness of the therapeutic value of humor. As humans, we all share a variety of emotions that impact our psychological and physiological wellbeing.
Maintaining a healthy diet is key to healthy heart. Still, it may not always seem easy to stay on a diet and things happen, but it’s never too late to get back on track.
Spring is in the air and that means more walking, running and other outdoor activities, but pace yourself and take steps to prevent these common foot injuries.
Along with routine exercise and not smoking, a healthy diet can help improve heart health, but not all fad diets may be good for your heart.
Frequent headaches can be managed with a combination of healthy habits and the right medication, something Dr. Joe Elser has helped patients discover for 34 years.
For those suffering from severe knee pain, Dr,. Robert Olive Jr. shares several steps they can take to find relief before jumping to knee replacement surgery.
During March, the National Sleep Foundation celebrates the benefits of sleep. Since sleep habits do impact our well-being, it is imperative to make steps toward improving our sleep.
Coronary artery disease is the most common type of heart disease, but can often be prevented with lifestyle changes and routine checkups with a cardiologist.
Nearly 80-percent of cardiac events can be prevented with early detection and proper care. Dr. Nazneen Tata explains what to look for any why you need to make heart health a priority.
February is American Heart Month, which makes it a perfect time to focus on heart health. You can reduce your risk of heart disease, heart attacks and strokes by dancing.
The bariatric program at CHI St. Vincent is more than weight loss surgery. It's a comprehensive process of diet and education to help people reach their weight loss goals.
Approximately one in three people in Arkansas has diabetes or prediabetes. CHI St. Vincent Physician Assistant Laura O’Hern answers common questions about monitoring diabetes at home and with a doctor.
As we say goodbye to 2020 and welcome 2021, we do it with new hope. This has been a challenging year around the globe and has affected us all.
Depression can present anytime of year, but the risk can become particularly high during the holidays for isolated seniors in our communities.
It can be hard to know the difference between common chest pain and something that requires a trip to your doctor or the ER. Dr. Oyidie Igbokidi answers some of the most common chest pain questions.
For some, holidays can become a time of stress, anxiety or depression. That's particularly true this year and why it is important to recognize the signs of holiday depression.
Monthly self exams can help detect breast cancer, but Dr. Sirinya Prasertvit explains why they should be done in addition to clinical mammograms, not in place of them.
While smartwatch heart monitoring does not replace routine checkups with a cardiologist, the wearable tech has led to the discovery of heart health issues like atrial fibrillation.
The pandemic has created many challenges and has forced us to re-examine and change how we do things. Find your gratitude even in a pandemic.