Social Distancing for COVID-19

Facts and information about the coronavirus pandemic are changing rapidly. Visit the CDC site for the most up-to-date information during the COVID-19 outbreak. The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) continues to grow worldwide. We’re seeing new cases of COVID-19 in Arkansas every day. It’s important for everyone to do their part […]

Your Coronavirus Questions Answered

Facts and information about the coronavirus pandemic are changing rapidly. Visit the CDC site for the most up-to-date information during the COVID-19 outbreak. We know you have a lot of questions surrounding Coronavirus. We asked our physicians to answer your questions.  What should I do if I suspect I have the coronavirus? If you have […]

Hand Sanitizer 101

Hand sanitizer was already a common household staple before the COVID-19 outbreak. About 20% of us kept a bottle in our purse or pocket last year. Now hand sanitizers seem even more valuable. Read on to get the facts about how best to use them. When should you use hand sanitizer? When you have access […]

The Breast Center Suspends Screening Exams

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, The Breast Center will suspend screening exams until June 1st, 2020. The breast imaging doctors will continue seeing patients for diagnostic exams, for new problems, and follow up studies on previously identified concerns. The Breast Center Fayetteville temporary hours are Monday through Thursday 7:30 am to 2:00 pm and The […]

TeleVisits for Northwest Arkansas

TeleVisits are face-to-face appointments with your regular MANA doctors using the myMANA health portal on your desktop computer or the healow application on your mobile phone and tablet. Physicians at Fayetteville Diagnostic Clinic and MANA Family Medicine practices are using TeleVisits to serve patients with common health problems like digestive upsets, sore throat, allergies, and […]

Coping with Anxiety During Coronavirus

by Randall Staley, MD Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Adult Psychiatry Northwest Arkansas Psychiatry, a MANA Clinic We are all aware of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) circulating throughout Arkansas, the United States, and the world. This virus has caused more than just physical health impacts.  It has disrupted the lives of people worldwide, most recently right […]

Heading Outdoors? Keep Your Distance From Animals to Avoid Disease

Wildlife can look cute and cuddly, but many animals carry disease. Some animals may also scratch or bite, which can lead to injury or infection. Whether you’re out camping at a state park, hiking through a national forest, or strolling through the park by your house, make sure you’re aware of the risks that animals […]

Why You Should Know Your Family Health History

Family members share a lot in common with one another. They often have similar lifestyle habits, eat similar types of food, and enjoy the same types of activities. They can even share the same kinds of health problems. Knowing your family health history provides you with the information that you need to protect your health. […]

Parents’ Top Questions about Coronavirus (COVID-19)

With the new coronavirus, COVID-19, we know parents have a lot of questions about how to keep their children and family healthy and safe. We asked Stacy Furlow, MD, an experienced pediatrician at Northwest Arkansas Pediatrics, to answer your questions. 

15 Things You Might Not Know About Sleep

Sleep is as important to your health as diet and exercise. Researchers are learning more about sleep every day, but it’s there’s still much to learn. Here are a few sleep facts to help you better understand one of the most valuable activities of your day. There’s a World Sleep Day. World Sleep Day takes […]