Respiratory Care Week

Respiratory Care Week is a special week to honor Respiratory Care Therapists — RTs — and to think about respiratory health. RTs work with people who suffer from asthma and other respiratory conditions. They administer breathing treatments and educate patients on lung health, as well as working alongside other health professionals to improve their patients’ […]

Getting Your Family Ready for Flu Season

Flu Season typically starts in October and lasts through March. The flu vaccine takes two weeks to be effective from the time of administration, so now is the time to get your vaccine! Here are three simple actions to fight the flu: Take the time to get the flu vaccine. The CDC recommends a yearly […]

Health Literacy Month Ideas

October is Health Literacy Month. Health literacy is understanding health information and being able to take action on it. The better we understand health information, the better we can take action on it. Looking for health information is one of the things people do most often on the internet. But sometimes surfing the web leads […]

What You Should Know about Chickenpox Vaccine

Due to the recent chickenpox outbreak at a local school, we want to remind parents of the importance of the chickenpox vaccine or varicella vaccine.  Since the vaccine was introduced in 1995, most children receive the varicella vaccine as part of their routine vaccines at their wellness exam. We give the first dose to babies […]

Breast Cancer Resources

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.With early detection, breast cancer treatment has a high success rate. Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an important reminder to take the necessary steps toward early detection as well as being proactive about your own breast health. Increase your awareness with these great resources: MANA Library Breast Health The […]

MANA Introduces Low Radiation CT for Safer Patient Exams

by Carole Masterson MANA Doctors Invest in Patient Safety with Low Radiation CT Scanner FAYETTEVILLE, AR, February 12, 2014 – To make CT exams as safe and accurate as possible for patients, MANA Imaging located at Fayetteville Diagnostic Clinic, has acquired a low radiation CT Scanner the newest dose reduction technology from Toshiba. The low […]

Pink Ribbon Luncheon 2014

Featuring Celebrity speaker Amy Purdy! Thursday September 25, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Northwest Arkansas Convention Center

Back to School: Immunization Checklist

We have been getting lots of calls from parents asking about their child’s immunization records. To attend a public or private school in Arkansas, there are certain vaccine requirements.  In 2015, there were changes in the requirements for the Tdap, Meningitis, and Hepatitis A vaccine.  We have put together a list of all the vaccines required […]

MANA Imaging Earns First ACR Lung Cancer Screening Center Designation in Arkansas

by Carole Masterson MANA and Center for Chest Care Offer FREE Lung Cancer Screening to Fight the Nation’s #1 Cancer Killer Fayetteville, AR (July 1, 2014) — Medical Associates of Northwest Arkansas Imaging Center at Fayetteville Diagnostic Clinic has been designated a Lung Cancer Screening Center by the American College of Radiology (ACR). MANA Imaging […]

Tips For Consoling Your Fussy Infant

by Jenny Tuten One of the largest stressors for new parents is learning ways to calm a fussy infant. Although it may take a few trial rounds, with practice and a lot of patience you will find out what works best for you and your baby. The calmer you are, the easier it will be […]