Fall Presents “Seasonal Allergies,” Too

It is common to associate seasonal allergies with Spring.  As the temperatures begin to warm, new plants bloom, and the world seems green again. That new growth often gets the blame for itchy eyes and "hay fever."  Other plants, however, have different growing seasons, and some that trigger allergies which flourish during alternate seasons.  Moreover, many common allergens aren't plant-based at all.

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Helping Patients & Families Overcome Addiction Together

How to be Prepared Before and After a Car Accident

How to Help a Loved One Coping with Loss

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One Love Animal Rescue finishes 2017 strong

Treatment for Spring Seasonal Allergies

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Understanding Medication Therapy Management (MTM)

Avoid These Toxic Plants to Keep Your Pet Safe this Spring

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Whooping Cough: Protecting Those Who Cannot Protect Themselves

Bordetella pertussis (pertussis), more commonly known as Whooping Cough, is a vaccine preventable disease that mainly affects children less than 1 year of age. Pertussis is highly contagious and is spread through the air via infectious droplets from sneezing or coughing. It gets its common name, "Whooping Cough" from the most characteristic symptom observed in infants and young children; a high-pitched "whoop" sound accompanying a spell of labored coughs. While...

Constructive Approaches to Addiction Treatment

Across the US, more than 64,000 Americans died from drug overdoses last year, and according to a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, we've seen about a 20 percent increase in overdose deaths between year-end 2015 and 2016.

Join The Comfort Club!

With the extreme weather, your heating and air conditioning system has worked harder than ever.  Want to reduce your chances of a major repair by over 60%?  Let Air Therm take away your heating and air conditioning anxiety by joining our Comfort Club!

Preventing Pneumonia

Pneumococcal diseases, caused by the bacteria Streptococcus pneumoniae, are serious infections that can have a debilitating impact on your health. The bacteria are spread person-to-person through contact with respiratory secretions such as mucus or saliva (coughing or sneezing). The main illness is known as Pneumococcal Pneumonia (pneumonia); however, complications such as meningitis and blood infections may also occur.

Heat stroke: summer danger

Do You Have Allergic Asthma?

HVAC pre- and post-storm damage prevention and maintenance

Tips for Reducing Seasonal Allergy Symptoms

Tips for Summer Skin Care

Nursing Home Abuse And Neglect: Is Your Loved One A Victim?

Med Pay and Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist Insurance: Coverages You Can Not Afford to be Without

Med Pay and Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist Insurance: Coverages You Can Not Afford to be Without As an operator of a motor vehicle, you are required to carry liability insurance. If you are involved in an accident and are the at-fault driver, this coverage will help pay for damage to the other driver's property and costs associated with his injuries.

Got a Cell Phone Get a Flu Shot

Phone screens are like petri dishes for viruses such as the flu that is largely spread through droplets made when a person coughs, sneezes or talks. According to the CDC the flu virus can survive on surfaces for up to 8 hours.

How to Stay Safe in the Hospital

According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, medical negligence is the third leading cause of death in the United States.  Over 440,000 people die each year resulting from hospital-related medical errors.  Following below are a few ways you can keep you can safeguard yourself or a loved one from becoming one of these statistics. How to Stay Safe in the Hospital Informed patients and family members are the best defense against medical errors If somet...

WTOC Relief and Recovery Appeal

Check here for contact info of those groups working to help victims of hurricanes.

Hurricane Preparedness

How prepared are you for a hurricane?

Apply for FEMA Assistance

Even if you fled ahead of Hurricane Katrina to another state, help is still as close as your telephone or online computer.

Department of Labor Offers Employment Assistance

If you are a hurricane victim or an evacuee from one of the affected Hurricane Katrina communities, the U.S. Department of Labor offers income support for you through temporary jobs, unemployment insurance,

Price Gouging Hotlines

If you believe you have been a victim of price gouging, here are the numbers to call.

Katrina: The Aftermath - A Photo Gallery

Associated Press Photos from New Orleans & Biloxi

Find Gulf Coast Evacuees

If you're looking for an evacuee from the Gulf Coast evacuations, we have a few tips.

Hotline for Displaced Louisiana State Employees

The Louisiana Department of State Civil Service has established a toll-free hotline to help its 27,000 plus state employees displaced by Hurricane Katrina to contact their agencies.

Crisis Hotline Available for Victims of Hurricane Katrina

The Department of Health and Human Services today announced the availability of a toll-free hotline for people in crisis in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Animal Supply Drop-off Locations

One local group is reaching out to help victims that are sometimes forgotten.

Avoiding Donation Scams

Information on national charities is available from the BBB's Wise Giving Alliance at 800-575-4483 or .

School Supply Drive

Team up to with us to give necessary school supplies to local students!