Tagged: Centers For Disease Control & Prevention

Arkansas Mortuaries Busy Serving In Surge of Grief

Arkansas Mortuaries Busy Serving In Surge of Grief

Health CareTechnology & TelecomCover Story

Death is always a sensitive topic, but particularly so a year into a pandemic that has killed nearly half a million Americans. Jeff Smith of the growing Smith Family Funeral Homes chain tackles it head-on. read more >

Truckers Seek Access to Early Vaccines

Truckers Seek Access to Early Vaccines

Health CareTransportation

The American Trucking Associations in Washington, D.C., is lobbying to ensure the nation’s drivers aren’t forgotten where the coronavirus vaccine is concerned. read more >

Job Law Evolves as Reopening Begins

Job Law Evolves as Reopening Begins

Health CareLegalCover Story

As COVID-19 has upended the economy and caused more than 100,000 deaths across the country, it also has altered employment law from safety to workers’ compensation issues. read more >

The Golden Rule (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

The Golden Rule (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionHealth CareEditor's Note

The viral photos of holiday weekend revelry — from Houston to Lake of the Ozarks to Daytona Beach — underscored one thing for me: A lot of Americans are spoiled and selfish. read more >

Bank Offers Go Viral In Pandemic

Bank Offers Go Viral In Pandemic

Banking & Finance

The rollout of temporary deals for business and consumer borrowers alike are all over the board as banks adjust their products to the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. read more >

The Last Epidemic (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

The Last Epidemic (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionHealth CareEditor's Note

Every graph is still showing exponential spread of the coronavirus in the United States. South Korea seems to have been the only country that got ahead of this thing, but that’s easier to do when your land mass is about 70% the size of Arkansas. read more >

Calling On The Deep State (Editorial)

OpinionHealth Care

When the United States is facing a potential pandemic — and the potential of an accompanying economic downturn — its citizens need to be able to trust their government. read more >

Disturbing Past Rises to Haunt Dr. Lonnie Parker

Disturbing Past Rises to Haunt Dr. Lonnie Parker

Health CareLegalTechnology & TelecomCover Story

An Arkansas physician who rehabilitated his image, regaining his medical license after going to federal prison on a child pornography charge, is now charged with a felonious relapse — this time accused of overprescribing opioids and other controlled substances. read more >

Garver Wellness Program Cuts Health Costs

Garver Wellness Program Cuts Health Costs

Health Care

Executives at Garver say its wellness program helps the North Little Rock engineering firm save on health care costs and is a boon to the retention, recruitment and productivity of its employees. read more >