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MIS-C: How it is Affecting Children

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Until recently, the headlines about Covid-19 have largely been about the disease in adults, especially the elderly and those people with underlying health conditions.

Samuel “Sam” H.

in Cover Kid

2019-20 Cover Kid Samuel “Sam” H. felt right at home while fishing during his photo shoot, as he lives on a pond and loves to go fishing with his Dad. His mom refers to him as his Dad’s shadow, and the two enjoy golfing together, going duck hunting,

Summer is Here, it Seems

in A Day in the Life of Dad

It’s officially summer, but it feels like we should be at the end of summer. I’m wondering if I am going to survive this one. Normally, we have pool parties and friends visiting all summer, and the little ones have sleepovers and our front door is a

Knoxville, Tennessee

in Get Out of Town

This beautiful city is known by many names–Heart of the Valley, Queen City of the Mountains, and Gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains. But no matter what you want to call it, Knoxville is a beautiful, vibrant city that offers captivating cultural ev

Thriving Theater Passion Follows Hearing Loss Recovery Journey

in Exceptional Lives

For 21-year-old Grace Graugnard, hearing limitations never registered when she was a child, even though she wore hearing aids and eventually received cochlear implants.

Trusting a Great God in a Great Storm

in Faith

The fourth chapter of the gospel of Mark tells of an account with Jesus and His disciples on a ship. A storm arises while they are out on the sea and the disciples begin to worry. Jesus is asleep in the hinder part of the ship. Some would suggest tha

CHS STREAM is Now a Reality

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In the spring of 2016, Catholic High School (CHS) had a STREAM dream–to develop a curriculum that would take the standard STEM approach (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and raise it to the next level by developing and incorporating

It’s Hot, Baby! Keeping Little Ones Safe in the Heat

in Health and Wellness, Family Life

Louisiana summers offer a unique sort of heat. And when it comes to babies, it can be downright dangerous. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), excessive heat poses the greatest danger to infants and children up to four years old.

How Mental Health Can Affect Your Marriage

in Family Life

Marriage isn’t always easy, and neither is managing mental health. When things like anxiety, mood, impulse and substance abuse disorders are present in a relationship, it can be incredibly challenging. But, if we can navigate these things correctly,

A.B. Perk

in One Amazing Kid

A.B. Perk knows how to make a garden grow and prepare delicious food from its produce. A.B., which is short for Annabella, is a sixth grader at St. Jude the Apostle School.

Craig C. Greene, MD, MBA

in Mom or Dad Next Door

At a young age, Craig C. Greene, MD, MBA learned the value of hard work through his first job of baling hay. That lesson stayed with him as he worked toward becoming an orthopedic surgeon.

7 Things Every Parent Should Know About Their ‘Tween’s Health

in Health and Wellness

A few months ago, my oldest daughter started gleefully announcing that she would soon be a ‘tweenager. Wait a minute. A what? A quick Google search informed us that children between the ages of 10 and 13 are now considered ‘tweens. Oh.

13 Homegrown Louisiana Gems

in Things To Do, Summer Fun

Louisiana is a treasure trove of homegrown gems. From festivals and historic buildings to parks and museums, our state is packed with both indoor and outdoor opportunities for fun. Pack a day bag and let’s go!

2020 Youth Peace Olympics Goes Virtual

in Local News

The First Virtual Opening Ceremony Coming May 30th

Memories That Last a Lifetime

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Kidcam has been creating lasting summer memories since 1974–going on 46 years of fun! We see those who were once campers now coming back to bring their own children to establish wonderful lifetime memories. 

Your Pregnancy & COVID-19

in Health and Wellness, Family Life

You’ve spent months planning for your baby’s arrival, but now, something none of us could have predicted is now a part of our daily routine–staying safe and healthy during a global pandemic.

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My Dream Role: Being the “Yes” Mom

in Get Out of Town, Things To Do, Family Life, Mari Walker, Summer Fun

Once upon a time, in a life not so long ago, I got a chance to play the role of a lifetime: the “yes” Mom.

Parkview Baptist School Plans New Fine Arts Space

in Sponsored Content

Parkview Baptist School has purchased the former Laser Tag of Baton Rouge building to convert it into a fine arts space, performance center, and self-paced learning studio.

Kidcam Baton Rouge Opens May 26

in Local News

Summer camps are slowly starting to open and one of those is set to open May 26! Kidcam Baton Rouge will be opening its doors on May 26, while following the guidelines set for camps to operate.

Meet Educational Goals with LSU’s Virtual Summer Camps

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The coronavirus pandemic put a lot of summer fun on hold for our children, but LSU Online & Continuing Education has transformed their incredibly popular summer camps into virtual experiences that can still be enjoyed this summer, but now, from the s

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Driving the Future

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SWAMP BIRD WALKS

Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center from 7-9 a.m. Visitors can enjoy a morning hike through the...

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