Well-Being

Citrus Creates Fresh & Flavorful Winter Salad

Oranges are one of the most popular fruits in America, and for good reason: the citrus fruit taste great, has a long shelf life and is the perfect addition to many dishes. Oranges–the December Harvest of the Month–can be enjoyed raw, added to proteins like chicken for additional flavor and also make an excellent additionView Full Post

Hunt for Treasure During Well-being Wednesday

Join the hunt for Well-being treasure during the monthly Well-being Wednesday. This month the Well-being team is hosting a virtual Scavenger Hunt. The event will be hosted by Denise Kendrick, RN, a Population Health Coach for Arkansas Health Network, and Debbie Staton, Wellness Coordinator. Well-being Wednesday: Virtual Scavenger HuntWednesday, Dec. 1612:15pmTo attend the Zoom meeting, clickView Full Post

Freedom From Smoking Class Begins Monday, Jan. 4

Celebrate the new year by saying good-bye to tobacco! Arkansas Health Network will host a FREE Freedom From Smoking Course, beginning Jan. 4. Freedom From Smoking Classes:Mondays, Jan. 4-Feb. 155:30-7pmThe virtual class will be offered through Zoom. During this 8-session course, led by a certified instructor, you’ll learn: How to know if you’re really readyView Full Post

Healthy Potato Skins? Try These

Already thinking about healthy options to combat that holiday excess? Sweet potatoes–November’s Harvest of the Month–are healthy and delicious. These root veggies are rich in vitamin A and potassium, which can help with blood pressure regulation and ease muscle cramps. This recipe for Loaded Sweet Potato Skins is quick, easy and so delicious you won’tView Full Post

Swap In Sweet Potatoes for Satisfying Potato Cakes

Potato, patato, right? Well, sort of. Despite its name, sweet potatoes–November’s Harvest of the Month–are not closely related to white potatoes. However, they are often used as a substitute in recipes that traditionally call for white potatoes, like this recipe for simple and satisfying Sweet Potato Cakes. Ingredients: Cooking spray 1 egg Salt and pepper toView Full Post