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Watching Your Salt

Managing your salt intake is critical for cardiovascular and kidney health. 

All in the Family

Mark Duncan helps clients navigate delicate family law-related matters through his firm, Davis & Duncan, LLC.

Brows Straighten Up

Will you raise a brow at this trending makeup technique?

Love Your Colon

Follow these 10 tips to reduce your risk of colorectal cancer.

Clayton Shelvin: Staging Artists’ Opportunities

Le Petit Theatre has been a New Orleans institution for a century as of this month, but, with a fresh group of staff members, including associate producer and education director Clayton Shelvin, the theater is providing local talent with opportunities they can’t always find elsewhere.

Myla Poree: Small Businesses, Big Goals

The city of New Orleans is no stranger to the importance of small businesses. And one business-minded local has learned the power of serving small business owners’ needs to grow the community.

Ease the Sneeze

These seven tips will help you combat allergy season.

Hydrate Your Skin

The up-and-coming HydraFacial treatment promises results without inflaming your skin.

Daniel Victory: A Spirited Education

If any New Orleans local or visitor has wondered what craft cocktails are all about, they can head over to DrinkLab and its next-door neighbor Victory, both of which are owned by bartender, entrepreneur and craft cocktail connoisseur Daniel Victory.

Eye on Design

Rivers Spencer has a knack for Southern sophistication.

Dr. Ashley Geoghegan: When Integration Is Key 

As Eastern medicine becomes more commonplace in local healthcare, so too it has a place in veterinary medicine.

Holli Gaspard: Unleashing the Beauty Within

There’s nothing like adding a little beauty to the world, and, for nearly 30 years, the team at H2O Salon and Spa in Metairie has been committed to making customers look and feel their best — from the inside out.

Ariel Wilson: Empowering Female Youth

Supporting the future of young African American girls in the New Orleans area has become a passion project for Ariel Wilson, founder and president of The Orchid Society.

Legal Profile: Planning Is Everything

Meet Carole Cukell Neff, a local estate planner who is an expert in her field.

Madeline Spiers – Tour de Force

“We’re not perfect, but we’re in this together,” says Madeline Spiers, cheering on the students in her cycling class at Tour Cycle Studio. It’s a boutique cycling studio that she recently opened in the Warehouse District.