Gray Television, Inc. announced Wednesday, Sept. 1 that its portfolio of top local news television stations across 103 markets in the United States will partner with the Salvation Army to help raise funds following Hurricane Ida.
During the summer months, it’s easy for the kids to turn into couch potatoes or play video games all day, but it’s important for parents to keep the kids moving and grooving, especially for the benefit of their physical health.
To address the fundamental need for quality education, the Community Foundation of North Louisiana is challenging residents and businesses to raise money to provide access to early childhood education programs.
Lifestyle changes such as little interaction, anxiety over healthcare, poverty, and shifting to a dependent lifestyle are just some ways the elderly can become depressed or fuel their depression further.
Officials from a number of local and federal departments spoke Tuesday, June 29 about a joint effort to increase access to COVID-19 vaccines for those disproportionately affected by the virus, including among HUD-assisted households.
By Jill Riepenhoff, Daniela Molina, Jamie Grey and Lee Zurik
Antes del año pasado, la inseguridad alimentaria afectó a aproximadamente el 10,5% de los residentes de EE. UU. Una vez que la pandemia cerró en gran medida la economía, los expertos estiman que el porcentaje de personas que sufren de inseguridad alimentaria al menos se duplicó.
The Louisiana Department of Health (LDH) released a report Wednesday, May 5 detailing progress in reducing severe maternal morbidity among those who experience hemorrhage and severe hypertension in facilities that are part of the Louisiana Perinatal Quality Collaborative (LaQPC).
At the beginning of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, health experts across the country wanted to pay close attention to minority groups, especially since an overwhelming number of people of color were dying from the virus.