Barrett Hatches' search for the top neurosurgeon to handle his pituitary tumor led him to Arkansas Neuroscience Institute and Dr. Ali Krisht, and he's glad it did.
Dr. Mangaraju (Raj) Chakka, Electrophysiologist with CHI St. Vincent Heart Institute, discusses heart arrhythmias and Atrial Fibrillation (AFib).
Dr. Beck, oncologist at CHI St. Vincent Oncology Clinic, discusses the role that sugary drinks can play in developing breast and/or colon cancer.
Dr. Patrick Szeto, colorectal surgeon at CHI St. Vincent Colorectal Surgery Clinic discusses importance of screening and follows a patients journey through surgery and toward being cancer free.
Dr. Kara Way, Neurologist at CHI St. Vincent Neurology Clinic - Hot Springs talks about how Rock Steady Boxing is helping Parkinson patients fight back against the brutal disease.
Did you know that pollen counts tend to be highest in the mid- to late-afternoon? Get your errands and exercise in early in the morning or late in the day to protect yourself from pollen.
Lentils are packed with fiber and are a great source of protein, which makes this dish an excellent vegetarian entree. The unique flavor of curry, with its combination of deep, earthy, and sweet spices will please everyone at your table.
Women shouldn't suffer with pelvic floor issues. Treatment is highly effective and available at the CHI St. Vincent Urogynecology Clinic.
Plantar fasciitis was causing Toni Gaddie sharp pains under her heels, especially in the morning and after working out. Dr. Naval Patel, a podiatrist at CHI St. Vincent Little Rock Diagnostic Clinic, alleviated her pain and gave her back her active lifestyle.
Lentils are a nutrition goldmine. They are an excellent source of folic acid, fiber, iron and protein.
Last year we were on Cape Cod and lunched on a Portuguese soup, thick with kale and sausage. This is our heart-healthy twist on that classic. Our version offers lentils, which provide great fiber and folate, low-calorie, nutrient-dense kale, and chicken sausage to enhance the savory flavor.
Irritable bowel syndrome is a chronic condition causing cramps, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea and constipation. Though it’s common, and not usually serious, you can use these 5 steps to manage it for your long-team health.
Adam Smith, MD, an orthopedic surgeon and part of the Infirmary's Joint Academy, was following in a family tradition when he went into medicine. His father, Bruce Smith, MD, was an orthopedic surgeon in Hot Springs.
Some days just feel like soup days, so it’s good to have a recipe that you can make without much effort. This hearty (but not heavy) chowder can be on the table in less than 20 minutes. Our secret ingredient is the sweet potato, but other potatoes work just as well.
This warm salad provides a beautiful contrast between hearty dark leafy greens and creamy orange potatoes. Its sweet flavor-rich sauce pairs wonderfully with roasted chicken or a pork tenderloin. Serves 2 as a main dish, 4 as a side.
Serve up some soy joy! Low-fat, high protein crisp edamame, fiber-rich black beans, and crunchy cabbage get tossed in an Asian vinaigrette for a “superfood” slaw that provides 100% of your daily dose of iron and folate. A great “make-ahead” dish because it gets better as it marinates.
Summer Blast Watermelon Recipes are a refreshing way to cool down over the summer and easy to make!
This luscious tart combines all the tastes we love: rich chocolate, crunchy nuts and the fresh taste of fruit. Fortunately, it all comes together in a recipe that’s heart-healthy and as easy to make as it is to enjoy.
This is a dessert that most people love from their childhood, but for some reason it now gets overlooked as not “special enough.” But special is exactly what it will be called when you make this recipe.
This Vietnamese broth brimming with vegetables and herbs is popular around the world. Create your own signature version.