• Identification of Knowledge Gaps About Human Papillomavirus Infection and Vaccination Among College Students
  • Changing the Care of Chronic Conditions: Obesity
  • One on One with Renee Mallory, RN, BSN, Arkansas Secretary of Health
  • Tackle Football Causes Significant Brain Changes After Only One Season at Youth, High School, or College Levels
  • Pressure Points: Patients, Providers, and Insurers
  • Changing the Care of Chronic Conditions: Heart Disease and Cholesterol
  • Changing the Care of Chronic Conditions: Diabetes
  • New, Innovative Legislation Tackles the Nursing Workforce Crisis in Arkansas
  • CTE Series Part III: Repetitive Head Impacts, Not Concussions, Believed to Cause CTE
  • CTE Series Part II: Tackle Football … Why Are Schools Still Sanctioning a Brain-Damaging Game?
  • New Medical School Announced in the Region: One on One with Reynold Verret, PhD
  • Changing the Care of Chronic Conditions: High Blood Pressure
  • Changing How Care is Delivered
  • The Intersection of Public Health and Medicine: One on One with Debra Houry, MD, MPH CDC
  • CTE: Football’s Aftermath Once Thought an NFL Problem is Now Destroying Brains of Former College Players
  • Changing from a Traditional Health System to a System that Delivers Health by Kenny Cole, MD, MHCDS
  • Managing Conflict on a Healthcare Team
  • One on One with J. Larry Shackelford, Washington Regional President & CEO
  • Addiction, Recovery, HOPE
  • Opioids: Pandora’s Box is Opened
  • Is Drug Addiction a Brain Disease?
  • Stop The Bleeding: Is It Time to Nix the Medicare Hospital Wage Index?
  • Death as a Part of Life
  • One on One: Governor Asa Hutchinson