Red Cross Shares Summer Safety Tips

Press Release edited by Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder, May 27, 2017, @ 3 a.m. Getting trained and downloading First Aid and Swim Apps make summer fun and travel easy and safe NEW ORLEANS, THURSDAY May 25, 2017 — Many Louisiana [...]

Mental Health Awareness Resource Fair & Panel Forum

City Park Campus Fitness Center — Delgado Community College

GET IN SHAPE — INCREASE ENERGY — IMPROVE SLEEP — REDUCE STRESS BOOST IMMUNE SYSTEM Join today! 4-month membership rates: Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni — $40 Community Members — $75 Pay at the Bursar in Building 2 Mon — Thur — [...]

The Life of a Photographer By Teamarious Williams

The Life of a Photographer By Teamarious Williams When I tell other students what I do for a living, the first thing they always say is, “Your life must be so exciting!” I am not only a photographer, but I’m also a student at Delgado [...]

The Zika Virus: WHO declares global health emergency By Isadora Linheira The World Health Organization (WHO), declared a global health emergency this morning due to the rapid spread of the Zika Virus, which has been linked to birth defects in [...]

Charlie Sheen comes clean about being HIV-positive and shares his story

By Isadora Linheira The former actor from “Two and a Half Men,” Charlie Sheen, said his bad-boy days are over and, with Tuesday’s declaration that he’s HIV-positive; he aims to become an inspiration to others. “My partying [...]

Spring guide to natural detox: Less cost, better health

By Jamila Cherif     If you want to have a healthy body that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, here are a couple of cost-effective and natural recipes to do a successful detox. To lose weight, people try all sorts of products, and mainly [...]

Naturally Beautiful on the Cheap

By Jamila Cherif   As a college student living on my own, I am always looking for ways to save money, especially when it comes to health and beauty. I’ve found a few ways to cut costs with some do-it-yourself remedies First, let’s [...]