Melissa Myers feels far more joyful when she looks in the mirror these days, and now she’s working to help as many others as possible share that feeling. She’s long been passionate about health and […]
While he is a second generation healthcare professional who has followed in the footsteps of his father, a longtime physician, and mother, who has worked in healthcare all of her life, it was some time before Dr. Jorge Morales knew this was his calling. […]
Born and raised in India, Dr. Pallavi Sunkara found a great desire to help others sparked while doing volunteer work in high school, as the encouragement of a trusted teacher guided her on a path that ultimately led her to medicine. […]
Life has changed for everyone, at least for the time being. But for David Chambliss and his family, that truth is more real and jarring – and it has nothing to do with a pandemic. […]
Faith was what guided Al Cutno through his darkest time.
The LaPlace man faced death while serving his country Vietnam as a member of the U.S. Army’s Green Beret Special Forces, spending a tour there each year spanning from 1963 to 1968. Thousands of American troops were killed in the conflict. […]
When Roy Lunk wrote his first book on the history of his home community of Des Allemands, he had modest ambitions – perhaps a few hundred people would take interest, he thought, and at the very least his children would have a reference point to learn about the rich history of their home. […]