Mind & Body

From the latest in medical technology to finding ways to de-stress after a long day's work, our Mind & Body features are full of useful information.


5/3/2018 10:33:47 PM
Lake Charles Memorial Health System held a ribbon cutting last month for its new $19 million behavioral health hospital in South Lake Charles. 
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4/2/2018 10:52:49 PM
Kevin Gillette is the new Director of Tennis at Gray Plantation Sports Club. He will head up the tennis program at the club’s 10-court facility in the Graywood area of Lake Charles.
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11/2/2017 4:20:05 PM
When Roland LaComb was in his 20s, his father, at age 46, died of polycystic kidney disease. The loss marked a turning point for LaComb in more ways than one. Not only was his father gone, but he knew it was time to find out whether he had the disease too.
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6/1/2017 12:43:49 PM
Statistics show that some 15 million Americans don’t work a typical nine-to-five schedule. These employees, aka shift workers, who punch in for graveyard or rotating shifts, are more prone to numerous health hazards, from heart attacks to obesity. New research, published in Endocrinology, shows shift work may also have serious implications for the brain.
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6/29/2012 4:55:03 PM
Which is cleaner - the toilet bowl in the restroom you share with co-workers or the microwave handle in the office kitchen? If you went with what would seem to be the obvious response, you'd be wrong.
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