Healthy Living

Information on living healthy in Arkansas

National Nutrition Month: Improving Children’s Eating Habits

March is National Nutrition Month Arkansas Psychologists Offer Tips to Improve Children’s Eating Habits Little Rock, Arkansas, March 20, 2017 — Parents and caregivers play an important role when it comes to children’s eating habits. This March, recognize National Nutrition Month by taking steps to improve and establish healthy eating habits for the whole family.…

Press Release: Tips for a Heart Healthy Lifestyle

Simple steps to reduce your risk of heart disease Arkansas Psychologists and APA Offer Tips for a Heart Healthy Lifestyle Arkansas Psychological Association P.O. Box 21220     Little Rock, AR 72221     (501) 614-6500     Fax (501) 224-0988     www.arpapsych.org For Immediate Release February 1, 2017 Contact: Kristin J. Addison-Brown, PhD Telephone: 870-203-6085 Email: neaneuropsych@gmail.com Website: arpapsych.org arpapsych.com…

Arkansas Companies Recognized as Psychologically Healthy

TWO ARKANSAS COMPANIES RECEIVE ArPA PSYCHOLOGICALLY HEALTHY WORKPLACE AWARD The Arkansas Psychological Association’s Psychologically Health Workplace Award (PHWA) program recognizes employers for creating workplaces that foster employee health and well-being while enhancing organizational performance. Two Arkansas organizations received a Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award from the Arkansas Psychological Association (ArPA). Award recipients included: Optus, Inc. (For…

Electromagnetic Fields: Comfort from Science

Electromagnetic Fields & Parental Panics: A case study in how science can bring comfort by Julie Frantsve-Hawley Submitted by Dr. Bob Doyle I am a scientist in the field of evidence-based medicine and public health. Basically, I am a science translator and communicator. I help healthcare workers use current science when treating patients, and developing…

New Year’s Resolutions at Mid-Month

PSYCHOLOGY and NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS By mid-January, people are often frustrated and discouraged with their follow-through on their New Year’s resolutions. The optimism of January 1st often gives way to the reality of the hard work of behavior change by January 15th. However, if you want to make changes in 2016, all is not lost. Psychologists have…