Five Shareable Facts for Breast Cancer Awareness

Starting the conversation about breast cancer can be difficult, but it’s important for women to understand the disease. The more you know about breast cancer, the more you can do to protect yourself from it. Here are a few shareable facts to help promote breast cancer awareness. Use this information about breast cancer on social […]

Continue Prevention Until COVID-19 Is Gone

Facts and information about the coronavirus pandemic are constantly changing. Visit the CDC site for the most up-to-date information during the COVID-19 outbreak. The response to the coronavirus outbreak in the spring of 2020 transformed daily life. Nonessential businesses closed, schools pivoted to remote learning, and many people started working from home. Concerts and sporting […]

Reasons to Get a Flu Shot

This year, more than ever, you need a flu shot. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that everyone older than 6 months of age get a flu vaccine every flu season. However, the COVID-19 pandemic makes it even more important to vaccinate against influenza for the 2020 flu season. Here’s why you should […]

MANA Physical Therapy in Northwest Arkansas

Physical therapy isn’t just for people who have undergone surgery or suffered an injury. While physical therapists do help patients with recovery and rehabilitation, physical therapy can also serve as a form of preventive care and as treatment. MANA patients looking for physical therapy in Northwest Arkansas should contact MANA Physical Therapy. Having a physician […]

Ways to Prevent Respiratory Illness

The world is still dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. For months you’ve heard that wearing a mask, washing your hands, and avoiding close contact with others (maintaining six feet of distance) can help slow the spread of coronavirus and COVID-19. There are other diseases and illnesses that can affect our respiratory tract, and we tend […]

Healthy, Kid-Friendly Potatoes

A study published in the Journal of Nutrition reports that 27% of young children in the U.S. get fewer than one serving of vegetables a day. For the kids who do eat vegetables, the top veggie isn’t carrots or kohlrabi. It’s French fries. Is that a good thing? Potatoes are nutritious vegetables. But the processing […]

Getting Help for Major Depression

It’s normal to experience sadness or grief after trauma, a tragic experience, or a loss. Feeling sad is not the same thing as having depression, however. Major depression is a serious medical illness that can affect your mood, your actions, your physical health, and your overall quality of life. Depression is one of the most […]

7 Ways to Take Charge of Breast Health

Breast cancer is scary, but a cancer scare shouldn’t be the first time you think about breast health. Equipping yourself with knowledge is the first step to promoting good breast health and preventing breast cancer. Be proactive about your health, and do what you can to improve your breast health. Learn about breast cancer risk […]

MANA Staff Charity of the Month: Alzheimer’s Association

SEPTEMBER 2020 MANA STAFF GIVING MANA staff members selected the Alzheimer’s Association Arkansas Chapter as the MANA Charity of the Month for September 2020. The physicians and staff at MANA Family Medicine in Prairie Grove presented the check for $2,000 to the Alzheimer’s Association. The Arkansas Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association serves 75 counties across […]

Northwest Arkansas Pediatrics Flu Clinics

Drive-Thru Flu Clinics By Appointment Only Northwest Arkansas Pediatrics’ flu clinics will look a little different this year. Flu clinics will be by appointment only and staffed by our Pediatric nurses. However, the flu clinics will be held outside due to COVID-19. What to Expect Call (479) 442-7322 to request an appointment for your child […]