Blog Updates
Protect Yourself from the Flu and get your Flu Shot!

Although there is not a vaccine for COVID-19, there is a vaccine to protect yourself from the flu. This year, more than ever, it will be important to protect yourself…

Read More

Blog Updates
Is It Coronavirus, the Flu or Allergies?

Is your sneeze or cough something to worry about? Here’s how to tell.

Read More

Blog Updates
Type A and Type B Flu: How to Protect Yourself

Here’s how to avoid getting sick as flu season peaks.

Read More

Blog Updates
Mardi Gras May Be Near, but Flu Season is Still Here

While driving to work one morning this week, a local radio DJ described Louisiana’s four seasons as football, hunting, Mardi Gras, and crawfish. While this is undeniably true, those of…

Read More

Blog Updates
Now is the time to get your flu shot

Can you believe it is October? College football is in full swing, pumpkin spice abounds, and before you know it, Christmas decorations will be popping up in stores.  You know…

Read More

Blog Updates
Flu FAQs

  The Flu Influenza (the Flu) is a respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses A or B and spread by respiratory secretions of infected individuals. Symptoms of the flu include…

Read More

Blog Updates
Common Flu Vaccine Questions and Answers

The Flu Influenza (the Flu) is a respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses A or B and spread by respiratory secretions of infected individuals. Symptoms of the flu include fever,…

Read More

In The News
CDC: Weekly U.S. Influenza Surveillance

The most recent FluView report shows increasing flu activity in the United States. Further increases in activity are expected in the coming weeks. Flu activity most often peaks in February and can last into…

Read More

Blog Updates
Red Stick Moms Blog – Ask the Pediatrician: Common Winter Illnesses

The holidays are here, which means time for family, friends, and unfortunately cold and flu season. As a mom, I know how unpleasant winter time ailments can be, both for…

Read More