COVID

The COVID-19 Vaccine – What We Know Now

February 1, 2022 Ever since the COVID-19 vaccines came out in December 2020, they have become available to a wider range of people. It started with healthcare workers, and now, young children can receive the...

Spotlight: Food Pantries in New Orleans

November 1, 2021 Food insecurity is on the rise, and as the holiday season is approaching, local pantries are bracing for a hectic couple of months. Feeding America has reported that over 700,000 people are ...

What’s the Update on COVID-19?

October 1, 2021 My son, the confirmed lounge lizard, recently made the surprising announcement that he was joining his high school cross country running team this fall. A few days later, he added another surpr...

Why Summer Camp Is Now More Important Than Ever 

April 1, 2021 Camp experiences help your child grow emotionally, physically, and relationally  The events of 2020 had a significant global impact, especially on those who will experience their long-term after...

Is it the COVID Blues or Depression?

March 1, 2021 How to tell if your child needs professional attention   Is your child whining more than usual about life being unfair? Are they unusually anxious about friendships? Or maybe they’re moping abou...

Summer Camps 2021: What to Expect of Camps this Summer

March 1, 2021 With the end of school fast approaching, we recognize that parents want to know what to expect during this second summer of the COVID-19 “new normal” and summer camps.  In January, the Nola Fami...

COVID-19 Vaccines and Women’s Health

February 5, 2021 COVID-19 vaccines and what it means if you're pregnant or nursing Dr. Cecilia Gambala, MD Pregnancy is a time of great excitement for expectant families. But with New Orleans still unde...

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