Read some articles from back issues of the print edition and supplemental content.
Pharmacists and doctors have been working with a prescription medicine shortage for the last three years. Since 2010 there have been a record number of prescription drug shortages. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration continued to see in 2011 an increasing number of shortages, especially involving sterile injectables—medicines given by injection or intravenously to patients in the hospital.
Keeping with the family tradition, Mike Armentor is following in his father Eric Armentor’s footsteps by serving at the helm as Chairman of the Board for the Greater Iberia Chamber of Commerce.
If you are looking for a way to reduce stress, sleep better, and increase energy, balance and strength, t’ai chi here in Cajun Country may be right for you.
Fibromyalgia is a syndrome defined by widespread pain, often accompanied by fatigue, memory and mood issues as well as insomnia.
Harvesting sugar cane will continue into January, nearly two weeks longer than the harvest that ended Dec. 23, 2011. The longer harvest is due to more cane in the fields and the farmers needing more time to bring their crop into the mill.
Dedication Ceremony for New Iberia’s Trilingual Historical Markers, presented by Iberia Cultural Resources Association.
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to tighten your finances, the free Louisiana Drug Card program may be just what you need to save money on prescription medication.
Koresh Dance Company is internationally known and acclaimed, and Acadiana can welcome home one of its stars when the Acadiana Center for the Arts presents 2 performances at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 14-15. It promises to be an evening of unique entertainment.
Thanks to everyone who shared the beauty of their Christmas trees by entering the contest on our website! The top four trees that received the most votes are featured here.
The entries came in non-stop by fax, postal mail, e-mail and some were dropped off in person to our office. In five years, more than $25,000 has been won by readers entering Acadiana LifeStyle’s Holiday Sweepstakes.