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.
KTBS3 - Michelle Yetman, a clinical psychologist with LSU Health Shreveport, says the key to knowing whether your child is having a problem is a change in behavior. And it will be easier to spot if you regularly spend time talking to your child.
318 Forum - Laura Alderman, director of the Institute for Childhood Resilience shares, "Safety is a need we all share. It is the foundation on which our quality of life rests. Yet, that foundation has become unstable for too many of us. A significant threat to our safety is youth violence."
318 Forum - Dr. Daniel Flowers, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy shares how in short, health benefits are observed with physcial activity. Do not get discouraged. Stay moving, stay active and remember that you can only be there for the ones you love if you make sure to take care of yourself.
KTBS3 - Dr. Sheila Asghar, a clinical assistant professor of pediatrics and neurology at LSUHS says melatonin is known to be safe at recommended doses. But it should be put in medicine cabinets and not left out for kids’ easy access.
Bossier Press - Camp Tiger Director Abigail Poe, a second-year medical student, shared “it is incredible to see the hearts for children our students have. I am deeply grateful to all my classmates who have worked alongside me to plan this special week for our campers and their families.“
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.
KTBS3 - Dr. Michelle Yetman, a clinical psychologist at LSUHS, offers some advice for parents on how to talk to their children about school shootings.
The Office of Diversity Affairs at LSU Health Shreveport hosted students from Mansfield High School in Shreveport, Louisiana for a day with our medical students, faculty and staff to learn more about careers in medicine.
Cancer survivors, supporters and LSUHS students and researchers laced up their shoes and headed outdoors for the inaugural walkathon held on June 4th at LSU Health Shreveport.