A study published July 1 by JAMA Psychiatry, formerly Archives of General Psychiatry, suggests that too many children diagnosed with AD/HD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) were receiving strong antipsychotic medicines used to treat patients with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. The study also stated, “Many are getting these drugs without any kind of diagnosis indicating they have a […]
COOKBOOK: As New Orleans commemorates the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina this month, the food writers and editors who did their part in the restoration by recovering and rebuilding the city’s lost recipes are reissuing a favorite tome. The 10th anniversary edition of Cooking up a Storm: Recipes Lost and Found from The Times-Picayune of […]
As the floodwaters subsided, some new leaders emerged; here are a few of many who made a difference.
No issue of New Orleans Magazine ever faced as many obstacles as the November 2005 edition. For instance: • There was no house-to-house mail delivery in New Orleans. • There were few retail outlets open to sell magazines. • There were hardly any advertisers back in business and those that were were not ready to […]
When we evacuated from the oncoming Hurricane Katrina that horrible Sunday afternoon, Aug. 28, 2005, our valuables did not include a laptop. While personal computers were getting more common, they were not yet something that everyone had. We thought we had achieved Space Age status by having cell phones. Laptops seemed like an amusement for […]