If your elderly loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, know that you can do many things to support them on this journey. Here’s how to show your love and support and how family medical care in Arkansas can help you along the way. Preparing to care for a cancer patient As you prepare to care for your loved one, understand that they’ll need your patience and compassion above all else. This requires empathy, or the ability to put yourself in … [Read more...] about ARcare Cares: How You Can Better Support an Elderly Loved One with Cancer
Coordinated Care is a preventive patient-family centered healthcare program that aims to ensure you and your family get optimal healthcare. Therefore, our approach takes into consideration all of your healthcare needs from physical and mental health to preventative care. With care coordination, your primary health practitioner is able to refer you to another local medical clinic in Arkansas that provides services not … [Read more...] about What is Coordinated Care in Arkansas?
Conflicting messages about nutrition and the appropriate way to eat are constantly bombarding us. On Facebook, on Instagram, in our news feeds, and in magazines, there always seem to be headlines about the latest diet, nutritional study, or weight management technique. These conflicting messages can make it frustrating and confusing to try to successfully navigate our own health and nutrition choices. But learning about nutrition and how to … [Read more...] about How Nutritional Counseling can help you Achieve Your Goals
Behavioral health is the connection between your behaviors and the overall health and well-being of your body, mind, and spirit. For instance, behaviors like your eating habits, your exercise patterns, and your relationship with alcohol and tobacco all have an impact on your mental and physical health. Behavioral health counseling refers to psychiatric, mental health, family, marriage, and addiction counseling provided by counselors, … [Read more...] about Depression/Adulting Got You Down? How Behavioral Health Counseling Can Help
We often see cholesterol as a bad thing--the grocery store is littered with packaging labeled “low-cholesterol” or “cholesterol-free.” But cholesterol is produced naturally by your body and you need it to function properly. Cholesterol is used by your body to create hormones, as well as Vitamin D, and to support digestion. While your liver generates enough cholesterol to support these functions, you also get cholesterol through foods … [Read more...] about What is the Difference Between ‘Good’ & ‘Bad’ Cholesterol?