Nearly three-quarters of Americans overall (72%) say a spacious yard would be at the top of their wish list if they were looking for a new home. That desire reflects a cultural shift in how Americans view their yards.
The Shreveport Garden Study Club will host its biennial floral design symposium, “Bouquets,” beginning at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, March 15, at Shreveport’s East Ridge Country Club. Admission to the event is $75, with limited seating. This year’s speaker will be the highly entertaining and talented floral designer Bruno Duarte.
Two projects built in the Provenance Community by Shreveport's Vintage Homes won three national awards at the 2021 Best in American Living™ Awards (BALA) hosted by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). At the 2022 International Builders' Show on Feb.
Heart disease is the number one killer of Americans. Understanding this troubling statistic means understanding the importance of taking care of your heart. According to the American Heart Association, cardiovascular disease (the combination of both heart disease and stroke) kills more than 2,300 people every day.
Three doctors at Willis-Knighton joined to perform what they believe is the world’s first nonsurgical removal of a fibroelastoma attached to the aortic valve. Doctors found no reference to this type of procedure while searching options to help the patient.
You can’t make a serious resolution to be healthier in the new year without prioritizing your overall health and wellness. It might also be that you have already failed at a resolution just a few weeks into the new year. It’s not too late to turn your goals around.
How does your story begin in 2022? For many of us, hope and optimism are clouded by weariness -- the weariness that comes from too many unexpected plot twists. Our stories of life and relationships have been altered in dramatic ways, requiring many revisions.
Northwest Louisiana is no stranger to the methamphetamine (meth) epidemic. The Louisiana Drug Threat Assessment, provided in May 2021 by the National Drug Intelligence Center, reported that the misuse of meth is rising, primarily in north Louisiana. Counselors in some treatment centers say that meth is now the drug of choice in this area.
moisture-holding mulch. To make leaf mold, chop the leaves as if for compost and then stuff them into a bin or black garbage bags. Pack the leaves down as you fill and wet the leaves when it’s full. Seal the bag or bin and poke holes to provide airflow, then stack them up out of the way.