Training for a Race? 7 Must-Do’s

As the weather starts to cool down, many runners tie up their laces to hit the … [Read More...]


Metastatic Breast Cancer Patient Finds Hope in New Technology

When people hear “breast cancer,” they don’t usually think of a disease affecting the … [Read More...]


Safe Tailgating Tips From Our ER Team

Tailgating is an exciting pastime during football season. We want everyone to have a … [Read More...]


The Flu and Your Child: Everything You Need To Know

Fever! Cough! Body aches! Oh My! Now is the time to protect you and your family. … [Read More...]


Charles’ Story: Settling into a New Normal

Theologian Tim Keller theorizes that when people hear about a tragedy, we try to … [Read More...]


Turning Despair into Determination

Contributing writer: Caitlin Richard, Communications Specialist The events of this … [Read More...]


William and Torian: A Family’s Struggle with Sickle Cell

February 23, 2003 and June 26, 2004 are dates that marked the beginning of two of the … [Read More...]


Healing our Minds, Bodies, Spirits and Communities

The events of the past few months in the Baton Rouge region have significantly … [Read More...]