Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Sometimes referred to simply as OCD, obsessive-compulsive disorder is a type of anxiety disorder that affects roughly 2.2 million American adults. OCD is sometimes trivialized by people saying, “I’m OCD about…” or, “I’m so OCD!”, but there’s a big difference between people who simply like an orderly desk or a tidy room and someone who […]


What’s a superfood? Broadly speaking, it’s a food with high nutrient density. For example, 100 grams of chia seeds provide 34% of the protein you need in a day, 63% of the calcium, and 43% of the iron. Compare that with salmon, 100 grams of which gives you 42% of the protein you need in […]

Make A Wish

MANA, together with the Make-A-Wish Foundation , has something fun coming up for the month of July!  Members of the MANA team who choose to make a donation to Make-A-Wish Foundation will get to wear whatever they wish on Wednesdays! MANA friends who make a donation will receive a Make-A-Wish paper star to post on […]

ADHD or Spirited Child?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 11% (or 6.4 million) children in the United States were diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in 2011. The number of children diagnosed with ADHD continues to rise. Some people attribute this to an increased awareness, while others blame over diagnosis. This debate has […]

National Blueberry Month

July is National Blueberry Month, and it’s no coincidence that blueberries are abundant and in season this month. Blueberries are nutritious and incredibly tasty, so you should be sure to add plenty to your diet this month. The USDA recommends that both men and women get 2 cups worth of fruit every day, and blueberries […]

Something Biting You?

If you love the outdoors, it’s hard to stay inside when the sun is shining. Summer offers plenty of sunshine, but it also brings clouds of jumping, biting, stinging, swarming bugs. Insects can be irritating and leave bites that bother you for weeks, but bugs can be more than just a nuisance. Mosquitoes, ticks, and […]

4th of July Celebration Safety

Saturday is the 4th of July, which means celebration. Whether your family has been stocking up on firecrackers and Roman candles, or you’re getting ready to head out to the lake for the weekend, Independence Day provides plenty of opportunities for fun. However, a holiday that is celebrated by blowing up packets made of black […]

Summer Health

Summer is a time to get outdoors. You know — hit the trails, barbecue in the backyard, head out for a weekend on the lake. But while there is plenty to do outside in the summer, there are also plenty of things to keep in mind when staying healthy and safe this summer. The sun […]

New Physical Therapy Location

On July 20th, MANA’s second Physical Therapy location is opening on Joyce Street in Fayetteville, next to Millennium Chiropractic. MANA Physical Therapy – Joyce Street 2744 E Milliennium Dr Suite #2 Fayetteville, Arkansas (479) 571-6301 Physical Therapist Damon Sturdivant, DPT will be at the new location. Read more about our physical therapy services.

MANA Nurse Receives State Breast Cancer Honor

BreastCare names Morgan Ludwick a Josetta Wilkins Award Recipient The broadcast date for BreastCare’s Josetta Wilkins Awards is SUNDAY, JUNE 28, at 12:00 p.m. In Northwest Arkansas on KNWA, Channel 51 / 9 In Central Arkansas on KLRT, Channel 16 You can also watch it on www.fox16.com and www.nwahomepage.com Little Rock, Ark, June 19, 2015 […]