“You need to get the word out about lawn mower injuries. Summer is on the way,” said Dr. Katherine Faust as I was fishing for health topics a few months ago. “Children end up with mangled fingers, hands, and feet.…
Author: Brobson Lutz, MD.
Earlier this year, yet another water pressure fall triggered a boil-water advisory for the entire east bank of New Orleans. These boil-water advisories are occurring with increasing frequency and are becoming old hat. State adopted drinking water regulations mandate local…
The skinny on creams, lotions, ointments and other concoctions
When? To Where? And Why?
Blood pressure chronicles and the New Orleans connection
Signal 24 on the Parade Route
A Pancake Temple’s Hangover Cure
Lead and our drinking water
Influenza - a Category 5 killer virus
The Physician Extender Will See You Now
Filling station food and botulism
How safe is the water?
A medicinal solution with a New Orleans provenance
The control and eradication of “earworms”
The bait debate
conversation with a cardiologist
Epidemiology of a New Orleans staple
More than just a side dish
Fifty tips to care for your next 50 years
Clinical integration is changing healthcare
Icing the causes
four hands are better than two
Dealing with aching feet
When docile bacteria go bad
Smartphones and Heart Health
Itching to cure winter woes
How low is low enough?
food changes for cardiovascular health
The Coming of A Hospital