Any parent who has had a teenager with acne understands that it’s a condition that affects not just a teen’s skin but, often, their self-esteem. That’s why Ark-La-Tex Dermatology is sponsoring a mother/daughter event focusing on acne on Tuesday, June 4, at 6 p.m. in the WK Bossier Health Center Auditorium.
Melanoma Monday, a service of Ark-La-Tex Dermatology, the American Academy of Dermatology and Willis-Knighton screened 88 patients on Monday, May 6.
The Willis-Knighton Cancer Center and Willis-Knighton Health System are joining with the American Cancer Society and other local organizations to promote and support a study that has the potential to change the face of cancer. Local residents are being recruited to participate in the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Prevention Study-3 (CPS-3) which will give scientists a better understanding of cancer causes and prevention.
In the wake of the devastating terrorist bombing in Boston, KidsHealth, the comprehensive library of health information, has articles to help address some of the concerns families may have. KidsHealth has created a three new centers – “How to Talk to Your Child About the News” for parents and “Terrorism” for teens and for kids.
Willis-Knighton Health System has installed Shreveport’s first digital broadband magnetic resonance imaging system, the Ingenia 3.0T, as well as the latest-generation in open MR systems, the Panorama High Field Open, both from Philips Healthcare, at the WK Imaging & Technology Center. The Center is located inside the WK Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center at 7925 Youree Drive in Shreveport.
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View photos of recent additions to the Wee Kare Nursery.
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