"Gaming Disorder" critics addresses need for clear-cut criteria
Posted on 6/19/2018 10:29:00 AM.

Video games can be a fun pass time, but now the World Health Organization says that compulsively playing video games qualifies as a new mental health condition. It’s a move that some critics warn may risk stigmatizing its young players. LSU Health New Orleans Clinical Psychologist Michelle Moore says there need to be clear-cut criteria defined prior to labeling someone with this new mental illness.
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Gaming Disorder, World Health Organization, LSU Health New Orleans

Legislators begin discussing revenue bills
Posted on 6/19/2018 6:45:00 AM.
The House Ways and Means Committee meets today to discuss revenue bills that would raise revenue to prevent or soften proposed cuts to state services. New Iberia Rep. Terry Landry has authored the legislation Governor Edwards supports. Landry’s measure would renew a half-cent of an expiring one-cent sales tax and the Democrat says there’s public support behind his legislation.
Blake Miguez, Terry Landry, sales tax, third special session, Louisiana legislature

Governor Edwards asks legislators to break away from partisan gridlock
Posted on 6/18/2018 6:58:00 PM.

The third special session of the year is underway, and Governor John Bel Edwards addressed both chambers saying it’s time to break free of the partisan gridlock as the state approaches the fiscal cliff on June 30th.
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Study: opioid abuse may increase risk of bone fractures
Posted on 6/18/2018 1:56:00 PM.

They are often used to treat pain, but now, Dr. Bob Zura from LSU Health New Orleans says it looks like opioids may very well be contributing to an elevated risk of bone fractures.
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LSU Health New Orleans, opioid epidemic

Denham Springs couple arrested for human trafficking of 25 undocumented immigrants
Posted on 6/18/2018 1:30:00 PM.

A Denham Springs couple is looking at 35 years in prison following two different traffic stops on Interstate 10 in Calcasieu Parish. State Police Sergeant James Anderson says during the stops, a total of 25 illegal aliens were discovered in large SUVs.
Denham Springs, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana State Police

More interest in Unclaimed Property Property after 2.3 million returned to north Louisiana resident
Posted on 6/18/2018 12:24:00 PM.

Last week’s announcement of the 2.3 million dollar return through the Unclaimed Property Program to a north Louisiana resident has more people interested in the program. State Treasurer John Schroder says the recent claim has more Louisiana residents wondering if they have money in the state's unclaimed property fund.
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