The white coat, a symbol of the medical profession and its scientific connection, will be granted to 110 members of the LSU Health Shreveport School of Medicine second-year class.
You are being advised to boil your water if you are a customer of the Blanchard Water System.
It's affects most women, we're talking about menopause. It's when the body doesn't produce any more estrogen.
NBC News - The Food and Drug Administration is warning doctors against over-prescribing testosterone-boosting drugs for men, saying the popular treatments have not been established as safe or effective for common age-related issues like low libido and fatigue.
If you live in certain parts of Haughton you are being advised to boil your water.
Endoscopy allows a doctor to look inside his patient, to help diagnose a condition or disease.
The Texarkana Arkansas Police Department is pleased to announce being the proud recipient of the 2015 Blue & You Foundation of a Healthier Arkansas Grant in the amount of $61,500.
It's important that we make sure our children, parents and other loved ones get the information they need to live a heart healthy life.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women. And for many people it begins in childhood
If you want to donate blood LifeShare is asking that you go to its Shreveport, Bossier City, Ruston, and Monroe centers before noon today to ensure enough blood donations are on-hand prior to the wintry precipitation expected to hit the area.
Something we all take for granted is one mans treasure. He is able to lay eyes upon his family for the first time in 10 years.
Hundreds of products are being pulled from store shelves after traces of peanut were found in ground cumin spice a life-threatening danger to some people with peanut allergies.
NBC News - Americans are killing themselves with very bad food choices, a panel of experts said Thursday.
The Feist-Weiller Cancer Center at LSU Health Shreveport invites you to take part in its marrow registry and blood drive with LifeShare.
Overton Brooks VA Medical Center invites you to attend a special a Town Hall and outreach event.
Stefanie Bryant sits down with Dr. Susan Kemp to discuss some tips for eating healthier and maintaining a healthy heart!
For patients without a lot of options or hope, it's something that widens those choices. And Missouri is one of very few states that offer it.
Dust off your chili recipes and bring your bragging rights to compete for the honor of Best Chili in Atlanta, Texas.
You're invited to Northwestern State University’s College of Nursing and School of Allied Health annual open house.
There is still time to sign up if you want to be insured under the Affordable Care Act
Fresh produce growers learned about ways to reduce food safety risks on their farms at a series of workshops held around Louisiana by the LSU AgCenter.
The American Heart Association raises money and awareness for heart disease.
A cardiologist is warning men and women to be on the lookout for this subtle symptom and take action before it's too late.
Locals will be working around the clock to get the uninsured health care coverage.
You can get your blood pressure and blood sugar checked for free at the Health Awareness Forum next week.
If you’re allergic to milk, the Food and Drug Administration has a not-so-sweet Valentine’s Day warning for you: even dark chocolate might contain hidden milk ingredients.
If your child isn't up to date on their vaccinations you can sign up for the Willis Knighton Shots For Tots program.
Cholesterol is one of the biggest risk factors when it comes to heart disease in men and women.
You can help Overton Brooks VA Medical Center show appreciation to those who served our country.
A recent LSU Health Shreveport study finds a gap in breast cancer standard of care.
There can be too much of a good thing when it comes to vitamins.
In our quest to stay healthy and live well, Americans exercise, eat right, see our doctors and take more than $25 billion worth of vitamins and supplements every year. But some research shows that downing these pills and powders isn’t really making us healthier.
Mardi Gras is in full swing, and giving us the good, the bad, and the skinny' on delicious Louisiana Mardi Gras favorites
A new survey from the Cleveland clinic finds many people are still confused about what it mean's to eat a heart healthy diet.
If you want to know more about Dementia and Alzheimer's disease you're invited to a special session at Bossier Parish Community College.
Students, faculty and staff at Bossier Parish Community College wear red and undergo special training to bring attention to heart disease.
Medicare has announced that it will pay for lung cancer screening for people at the highest risk a decision advocates say will save tens of thousands of lives.
Each year, more than 35,000 babies in the U.S. are born with congenital heart defects. They're considered the most common birth defect in children.
On Friday, February 6th, 2015 many women around the ArklaTex is encouraged to wear red.
The property that was once the home of Doctor's Hospital now belongs to Willis-Knighton.
Cleft lip and palate are among the most common congenital conditions in the US, but there is good news for local kids born with them.
Scientists are exploring a link between Alzheimer's disease and bacteria in our intestines.
Three in four women report experiencing significant pain during pregnancy.
The goal of Christus Health's KIDS Clinic is to give children with physical or cognitive defects, the ability to achieve their highest accomplishments.
Stefanie talks with Healthy Chef Meals owner, Jennifer Gieseke, about some healthy recipes.
The winter season brings a break for many allergy sufferers who dread the effects of pollen
It's Miracle Monday here at NBC 6 and Christus Health Shreveport-Bossier is your children's miracle network hospital.
An outbreak of measles that started in California's Disneyland probably came from overseas, carried either by a foreign tourist or by an American coming back with the virus, a top federal health official said Thursday.
Some alarming news that could make those of us pouring a glass of wine or opening a bottle of beer tonight, think twice.
Study suggests people who binge watch television are more likely to be lonely and depressed.
Registration Form for the 2014 Men's Health Forum