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Peace of Mind- Screenings for Loved Ones

Peace of Mind- Screenings for Loved Ones

  Peace of Mind- Screenings for Loved Ones Several Arkansans have already taken advantage of the lung cancer screenings offered at The Center for Chest Care in Rogers and Fayetteville.  Oftentimes family members play a key role in convincing an at-risk loved one to get screened. Holly Kisner […]

Food Allergies on the Rise

Food Allergies on the Rise

It seems like most schools these days have “peanut-free rooms” and it’s not uncommon for a school to be labeled a”peanut-free facility”.  Kids are wearing bracelets indicating  their food allergies, and even infants are having allergic reactions to their mother’s milk if the mother is eating peanut butter!  Food allergies are […]

Recipes to reduce infalmmation

Recipes to reduce infalmmation

Contributed by Chris Manley Hello everyone, I would like to share a couple of great recipes to help fight inflammation.  Carrot and Pumpkin Seed Salad 2-3 carrots, grated Pumpkin seeds, soaked Freashly chopped coriander … Olive oil and lemon juice for dressing  Directions Combine the […]

Why “Crash” Dieting Isn’t Worth The Crash

Why “Crash” Dieting Isn’t Worth The Crash

  Written by Zoe Calkins As temperatures rise and we trade in our sweatshirts and slacks for shorts and swimsuits, many begin to realize that they aren’t as physically ready for summer as they are mentally.  Dieting quickly takes the top spot priority-wise in the […]

NWA Man Bikes Across the U.S. After Surviving Cancer

NWA Man Bikes Across the U.S. After Surviving Cancer

Contributed by Morgan Baden “You go through a period of shock. That gut-punch feeling.  Me? Not me , I’m a healthy guy,  I’m an athlete! Then a period of anger and “Why me”. But you can only do that for so long – mine lasted […]