Arkansas governor signs bill keeping Medicaid expansion

'Juuling' craze boosts Springfield vape stores, spares local schools

Opioid disposal kiosks could be coming to Missouri

Arkansans donate blood amid shortage driven by influenza

Medicaid plan's fate uncertain as Arkansas lawmakers convene

Deaths rise from the flu in Arkansas

Springfield doctors warn parents for RSV in toddlers

Tamiflu may be hard to find in the Ozarks

Greitens budget could fund statewide drug database

Arkansas hospital sets up flu clinic to ease ER crowding

Women may be at higher risk of basketball concussions

Sen. Blunt holds conference on opioid crisis in Springfield

Doctors call fentanyl the opioid that outlasts the antidote

Returning to normal after norovirus hits local school

Local cross country runner donates liver to ailing aunt, nearly makes nationals

The latest advice on prostate cancer screening

Study: Tylenol during pregnancy could cause ADHD

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