Good Skin Is Always In

Choosing the best skin care routine can be completely overwhelming.  There are so many skin care products and brands on the market.  We are constantly flooded with choices in skin care from watching a commercial on TV, walking into Target, or from our bestie on Facebook. How can we know which products to choose? Why…

KARK Features Molly Miller, Mental Health Guide

KARK featured former Little Rock City Director candidate Molly Miller and BridgeWay CEO Jason Miller on “Arkansas Today” Monday afternoon. Molly was on the cover of this year’s Mental Health Guide. She spoke to AY Magazine about her fight against anxiety and depression and her journey to treatment, as well as her decision to withdraw…

Clinical Trials

If you are taking medication for a mental health or addiction issue, your physician will prescribe medicine based on his knowledge and training as a medical professional. If you are interested in being part of a clinical trial, you may indicate this idea to him. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s website, fda.gov,…

Suicide Prevention Specialist Draws From Personal Experience

[dropcap]S[/dropcap]usie Reynolds Reece isn’t short on job responsibilities, but as of this year things in her professional life streamlined with the reorganization of Hot Springs-based Garland County Suicide Prevention Coalition. The new organization, Suicide Prevention Allies, was established in January, and as she noted, the move did more than provide a name change. “We voted…

There’s Always Hope

The term addiction is often used casually: “I’m addicted to Instagram …” “I’m addicted to tattoos,” or “I’m totally addicted to that TV show,” but a true addiction is chronic, progressive and can result in devastation. “An addiction is a maladaptive overindulgence in behavior — in process or in substance — that has become self…

Mental Health in Public Schools: Counselors Share Common Concerns and Tips

[dropcap]N[/dropcap]ow more than ever, today’s youth are bombarded with digital stimulation, activities, school work and family issues. Juggling all of these things can hinder their academic success and induce mental health concerns. School counselors say an open-door policy with students, parents, teachers and the community is key to helping to shape children into healthy adults.…