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  • The Basics about Multiple Sclerosis

    By: Jessica Baity, MD, Neurologist, Thibodaux Regional Health System Multiple Sclerosis is one of the many disorders diagnosed and treated by neurologists. It is a condition that has been researched extensively over the past few decades and we are more knowledgeable than ever in terms of diagnosis and treatment. What is Multiple Sclerosis? Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disorder, meaning ...

  • Love Your Heart! Heart-Healthy Valentine's Recipes

    By: Lilli Rozanski, MS, RDN, LDN, Sports and Fitness Dietitian, Thibodaux Regional Health System Love your heart and your taste buds with a delicious, heart-healthy Valentine’s dinner! Heart-Healthy Valentine’s Recipes Serves 4–6 ROASTED BEET SALAD There are so many heart-healthy ingredients in this salad! Beets contain valuable nutrients that may help lower your blood pressure ...

  • Relief for Migraine and Headache Sufferers

    By: Lauren Sharett, MD, Neurologist, Thibodaux Regional Neurology Clinic Over 37 million men, women and children suffer from migraines in the United States. Fewer than 5% have seen a healthcare provider and received an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.(1) There are multiple types of migraines and headaches. A migraine typically presents with severe throbbing or pulsing pain on one side ...

  • How to Deal with COVID-19 Burnout and Pandemic Fatigue

    By: Lester J Olinde Jr., LPC-S We’ve been living with COVID-19 for several months, and the spread of coronavirus is currently on the rise in many areas around the U.S. and the world. As the pandemic continues on, it’s understandable that some people are getting tired of taking precautions. Before 2020, the general population was not wearing masks or having to distance themselves from ...

  • Thibodaux Regional Receives COVID-19 Vaccine and Begins Administering to Frontline Staff

    Thibodaux Regional Health System received its first shipment of the COVID-19 vaccine and is following the state’s guidelines for prioritization of administering the vaccine to the highest priority group, which includes hospital personnel with direct patient contact. The vaccine will be released in phases, with the public anticipated to receive the vaccine in spring/summer 2021. The COVID ...

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