Breast cancer awareness needs to remain top of mind year-round. Breast surgeon Dr. Sirinya Prasertvit says if there are any issues, you should have them addressed as soon as possible.
An overactive bladder can affect your quality of life, but one patient found relief and the freedom to engage in activities like a long road trip again after a visit with Hot Springs urologist Dr. Seth Hollenbach.
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.
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.
Atrial fibrillation, or AFib, can lead to complications such as stroke and congestive heart failure when left untreated, so it’s important to recognize the symptoms of AFib.
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.
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.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, it remains just as important that others in the community not delay critical care or avoid a necessary visit to the hospital.
Depression can present anytime of year, but the risk can become particularly high during the holidays for isolated seniors in our communities.
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.
CHI St. Vincent's Dr. Lee Raley explains how new robotic surgery technology offers minimally invasive surgery options and faster recovery times for colorectal surgery patients.
CHI St. Vincent Endocrinology Physician Assistant Laura O’Hern explains why it’s vital for everyone to understand diabetes and how it is diagnosed and treated.
Stress can dramatically impact on the heart if not properly managed. Dr. Thomas Wallace, a cardiologist with the CHI St. Vincent Heart Institute, shares what warning signs to watch for.
If you or someone around you has symptoms of a heart attack or stroke, the safest and fastest way to get to the emergency room is by calling 9-1-1. All CHI St. Vincent hospitals have measures in place to protect our patients from infection and from the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Painful bunions can be corrected with PROstep™, a minimally invasive procedure that can help you to get back on your feet faster, with less pain.
Holiday depression is real and you don't have to suffer. Ask your doctor for help. There are lots of options and support to help you get through this time of the year.
Walter Anger's back pain was not related to over exertion, but to a serious heart condition. A quick diagnosis and expert surgical care saved his heart.
Dr. Brian Owens, encourages women 40 and over to get a yearly mammogram. One in eight women in the US will develop breast cancer in her lifetime and early detection is key to survival.