Dr. Emad Aboud's patented method is changing the way future brain surgeons learn in the lab. The method of simulating life-like conditions on cadavers has drawn recognition.
After surviving breast cancer, Kristin gave birth to healthy baby girl with help from Oncologist, Dr. Stephen Divers, and Obstetrician, Dr. Clint Henson.
One in three Arkansans have diabetes or pre-diabetes. Learn the symptoms and how to get care.
When the temperature rises, so does the risk to your heart health. Learn what precautions to take this Summer.
Surgery for back pain is a last resort, but in this case it was necessary to prevent permanent damage.
Dr. Peter Emanuel, Director of Oncology explains the importance of the Outpatient Infusion Center and what the expansion means for cancer patients and the advancements in blood cancer treatments.
CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs signed 10 National Park College nursing students to the Pathway Program. Students selected commit to work for two years upon completion of their respective coursework and licensure.
Jerry Jay Carroll is a writer who attributes his three successful bouts with cancer to preventative medicine and regular check-ups.
Robotic assisted surgery using the Da Vinci Robot can help physicians pinpoint and perform surgery with incredible accuracy.
After not having been to the dentist in 43 years, treatment of a man's periodontal disease prevents other far-reaching complications.
A woman and her doctor spent a year trying to find out why she was fainting. Through patience and persistence, they finally found out why.
Mother of two comes into ER suffering from what she thought was the flu. Thanks to the quick action of the physicians, she was immediately put on ECMO therapy which saved her life.
Approximately 175 golfers compete in the 15th annual CHI St. Vincent Golf Classic on Monday at Chenal Country Club. The tournament was co-presented by Chreyton Electric and PotlatchDeltic Corporation.
Dr. Patrick Szeto, Colorectal Surgery at CHI St. Vincent, discusses advancements in surgery and how it's improved patient outcomes.
Colon cancer is becoming more and more common in both men and women. However, when diagnosed early, there is a 90% 5-year cure rate, so it is important to be screened according to your doctor's suggestions.
Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer. It's unfortunate that some people shy away from getting screened because to them a colonoscopy seems uncomfortable. However, colon cancer is the easiest cancer to diagnose, and is easy to treat.
KLRT's Donna Turrell talks to Dr. Dean Kumpuris about why it's important to catch colon cancer before symptoms arise.
Robotic assisted surgery is improving the outcomes and shortening recovery times for surgeries.
Patients with heart arrhythmias, like atrial fibrillation (AFib), are able to be diagnosed and treated close to home.
Dr. Lance Burns talks about colorectal cancer and why it is called the silent killer. Many patients don't experience or present symptoms, so they never get tested. That's why it's important to get screened.