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Dec

18

Get to Know Mr. Claus

Get to Know Mr. Claus

In South Louisiana, stories are shared not only of Santa Claus, but also of Papa Noël, the delightful Cajun Santa that paddles the bayou waters in search of all the children’s homes on that one special night of the year. View More

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Dec

18

Out of Time … But Not Luck

Out of Time … But Not Luck

Holiday shoppers tend to fall into three distinct camps. There are those who have completed all of their shopping and wrapping even before November ends. Others shop in the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Finally, many people wait until the last minute, and such shoppers are the ones seen rushing from store to store on Christmas Eve. View More

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Dec

11

How to Keep the Mind Sharp

How to Keep the Mind Sharp

Many people know that a combination of a healthy diet and routine exercise is the best way to maintain their physical health. But what about mental well-being? Memory lapses are often assumed to be an accepted side effect of aging, but such an assumption is incorrect, as there are many steps men and women can take to maintain their mental acuity well into their golden years. View More

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Dec

11

A Place of Restoration

by Esther Ellis

A Place of Restoration

Ask any narcotics agent about drug use in Louisiana, and the truthful answer is alarming. It turns out that drug use and addiction are on the rise, especially when it comes to heroin, a drug that is growing in popularity across the nation. View More

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