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Experts say children may experience back-to-school anxiety due to recent mass shootings

KSLA12 - School bells are ringing again, but with recent mass shootings, some may have a new anxiety about going back to the classroom. Dr. Laura Alderman, director of the institute of childhood resilience with LSUHS, said you can help your children stave off the anxiety by strategically shifting your conversations with them.

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Do you have difficulty hearing?

Forum News - Dr. Gauri Mankekar, assistant professor of Otolaryngology HNS at LSUHS, shares One out of three persons above the age of 60 and one out of two above the age of 85 has agerelated hearing loss. Treatment of age-related hearing loss depends on the severity of the loss.

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Life Savers 2022: Taking Flight is a success!

Thanks to the generous sponsors and attendees, more than $130,000 was raised to support the important cancer treatment, research and education that takes place at Feist-Weiller Cancer Center through this year's Life Savers fundraising event. 

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Health expert speaks on why men tend to die younger than women

KSLA12 -  June is Men’s Health Awareness Month, and for some men it can be difficult to admit when it’s time to see a doctor. KSLA sat down with Dr. EJ Mayeaux, Jr., senior associate dean for population health and primary care with LSUHS, who said there are a combination of reasons why men tend to go to the doctor less often.

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LSUHS helped a Mom walk again; now she will see her son walk at LSU's commencement

Monique Harris-Gaspard was confined to a wheelchair when she reached out to Dr. Anthony Sin at LSU Health Shreveport. Dr. Sin is internationally recognized for his work in spinal deformity and has been instrumental in providing feedback leading to innovative technologies in complex spine surgeries and robotics.

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