Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

As a parent or caregiver, we understand a child’s health and well-being are a top priority. We’re here to help educate you on the risks and provide tips to help prevent your child from being one in five school-aged children with obesity, which can lead to several health complications. Today, the rate of children encountering…

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Cabot Emergency Hospital Wins Regional Awards

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Media Contact:   Nathan Jeffers Director of Marketing and Business Development 501-333-9113 dnj@caboter.com CABOT, Ark. (August 12, 2022) We are proud to announce the remarkable team of medical professionals at Cabot Emergency Hospital (CEH) have been awarded multiple accolades for providing elite emergency care to their community. Cabot Emergency Hospital’s board-certified physicians—Dr. White, Dr. Darnell, Dr.…

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Protect Yourself from UV Rays

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Summer is in full swing, which means we are all spending more time outside. We strongly encourage everyone to be aware of the importance of protecting their skin from the sun and UV rays. As you may know, too much exposure to UV could cause skin cancer. According to The National Cancer Institute, skin cancer…

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How to Stay Safe This Fourth of July!

As the holiday weekend rolls in and the celebrations begin, we encourage you to take caution in the activities and stay safe this July 4th! We have some tips for you to stay safe this Independence Day. Firework Safety Tips Fireworks are an essential part of the Fourth of July, and although fireworks are tons…

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Family Health and Fitness Day!

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It’s time to get up and get active for National Family Health and Fitness Day on June 8th! The National Recreation and Park Association has created this day to encourage families to participate in healthy physical activity and to help promote the importance of parks and recreation in keeping communities active and healthy. Looking for…

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Recognizing A Stroke Can Save Your Life

Did you know that May is National Stroke Awareness Month? We’re sharing some facts and need to know information about what a stroke looks like, how to lower your chances of having one, and what the risks are. What is a stroke The American Stroke Association defines a stroke as “a disease that affects the…

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5 Helpful Tips to Manage Stress

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Inhale…Exhale…April is Stress Awareness Month! In 1993, Stress Awareness Month was created to bring attention to the causes and cures for the “modern stress epidemic.” And with almost half of all U.S. adults recently reporting that stress negatively affects their behavior, this is a great time to talk about the impact it has on our…

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Protecting Your Brain: TBI Awareness

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March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Each year, this initiative aims to raise awareness of the growing prevalence of traumatic brain injuries and how we can better protect ourselves. First, let’s review how our brains work! The brain is a part of your body’s central nervous system, and it functions by sending and receiving vast…

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Tips for a Healthy Relationship

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When you love someone, your feelings extend far beyond one day of the year. Roses and chocolate are always nice, but there are many meaningful ways to express how much you care about someone past February 14th! A thoughtful way to show your love is by caring for your significant other’s health. When you encourage…

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The Difference between COVID-19, the Flu, Allergies, RSV, and a Cold

We’ve all been there; you wake up with a sore throat and your brain immediately starts rattling off the possible sicknesses you’ve caught. With cold and flu season colliding with COVID-19 spikes, it’s hard to tell what you’ve come down with. Cue the frantic Googling! To help settle some of the confusion, we’ve provided a…

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