0 April 30, 2016 is Lemonade Day Louisiana

April 30, 2016 is Lemonade Day Louisiana

More than 17,000 youth across Louisiana are expected to participate in the annual Lemonade Day on Saturday, April 30.
Entrepreneurs take risks believing they can realize their dream if they work hard, take responsibility and act as good stewards of their resources. In 2007, founder Michael Holthouse had a vision to empower today’s youth to become [...]

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0 May is American Stroke Awareness Month

May is American Stroke Awareness Month

Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke. According to recent statistics, more than 133,000 Americans die from stroke annually, or one person every four minutes—making it the fourth leading cause of death in the United States.
A stroke, sometimes called a brain attack, occurs when a blockage stops the flow of blood [...]

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0 Set Your Sights on Spring Eye Allergy Relief

Set Your Sights on Spring Eye Allergy Relief

With the record-breaking cold and snow the country experienced this winter, spring will be a much welcomed relief. But, for many Americans who suffer from allergies, warmer weather brings the onset of sneezing, coughing and itchy, watery eyes. According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), eye allergies, also called “allergic conjunctivitis,” are a reaction to [...]

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0 Plaquemines Parish President Remembered

Plaquemines Parish President Remembered

After serving a year and a half as president of Plaquemines Parish, on June 16th Amos Cormier passed away after a brief heart-related complication. Prior to becoming the parish’s top executive in 2015, he served two terms as a parish councilman representing Port Sulfur.
Cormier graduated from Port Sulphur High School before obtaining his bachelor’s degree [...]

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