flu_carouselHealth officials say suspected flu cases have jumped in five Southern states, and the primary strain circulating tends to make people sicker than other types.

CIS donates to UL Nursing; Delhomme, Thomas named directors at Lourdes; Arnold named to LSHPRM board; Cavitt honored

ParkinsonsDiagnosed with the brain disorder at 41 and blind six months later, Kevin Gaither got his life back.

Already one of the premier women’s health events in Acadiana, the annual Go Red for Women luncheon got a big boost Thursday with the announcement that Lucie Arnaz will be the 2013 keynote speaker.

Louisiana's organ donor registry has received a national silver medal for achieving four of five goals set by Donate Life America.

booze_carouselAdults get almost as many empty calories from booze as from soft drinks, a government study found.

The work of the Lourdes Foundation can be seen through a number of health care outreach initiatives for Acadiana’s poor population.

Not-for-profit medical center is investing $52.5 million in additional upgrades.

Collin Landry was born earlier this year with what his father describes as a “crooked” nose that doctors and family initially attributed to his positioning in the womb.

Hospice of Acadiana is making sure Acadiana’s stories are recorded for future generations.

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