Jillian Kramer, Baton Rouge Advocate

Jillian Kramer

Baton Rouge Advocate

New Orleans, LA, United States

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Past:
  • Baton Rouge Advocate
  • Glamour
  • NOLA.com
  • Brides.com
  • Women's Health Mag

Past articles by Jillian:

Federal appeals court sides with Attorney General Jeff Landry in vaccine mandate lawsuit

The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday refused to affirm a Biden administration mandate that required federal contractors to ensure their workforces are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, handing → Read More

In fatal beating outside St. Charles Avenue hotel, judge upholds 30-year prison sentence

A judge refused to change her 30-year prison term for a Baton Rouge man who killed a 60-year-old man outside a New Orleans hotel. → Read More

Men convicted of killing UL student Lee Long Jr. sentenced to prison

Their sentencing came after emotional pleas from Long Jr.'s family. → Read More

Career Advice: The First Step On Your Path to Professional Success? Treat Everyone With Respect

“Not everybody lives by that,” says CNN anchor Abby Phillip. In Future Forward, she shares more career advice, a peek into her morning routine, and her workday essentials. → Read More

Metastatic Breast Cancer Live Expectancy: How Long Can You Live With MBC?

While metastatic breast cancer isn’t curable, treatments and lifestyle changes can improve survival rates → Read More

Guttate Psoriasis Gave Me a Superpower: Empathy

I wouldn’t wish a chronic skin condition on anyone. But mine has taught me to be a kinder person. → Read More

My Daughter and I Both Have Psoriasis. We’re Helping Each Other Live With It

We share a chronic skin condition, so we understand each other in a way others can't. → Read More

Chronic Migraine: How to Deal With Your Kids When You’re Also Dealing With a Neurological Condition

The key to chronic migraine treatment is creating a plan your children understand: Have an action plan that you can enact at the first sign of an attack. → Read More

Another First NBC Bank executive pleads guilty ahead of federal fraud trial

A former chief credit officer of First NBC Bank, the New Orleans institution that collapsed five years ago under the weight of risky loans, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to conspiracy → Read More

District Attorney Jason Williams acquitted on federal tax charges

The verdict capped a seven-day trial during which Williams' attorneys did not call any witnesses. → Read More

What Causes Migraines—And How to Stop Them

Even if you have chronic migraine, you don’t have to live with constant migraine pain. → Read More

Baton Rouge man convicted in St. Charles Avenue beating death of 60-year-old man

In the beating death of Arnold Jackson, prosecutors said Tuesday, a jury needed to weigh one question: Whether the man accused of killing him had committed murder or manslaughter. → Read More

The Piece of Jewelry That Helps One Woman Stop a Migraine In Its Tracks

Plus, how a journal has helped her take control of her health. → Read More

Migraines Are My Body’s Way of Telling Me to Hit Pause

Exercising, being in nature, and getting enough rest help me keep migraines at bay. → Read More

As a 5-Year-Old With Migraines, I Found Some Relief In a Bottle of Soda

Today, my treatment regimen is more advanced—and more effective. → Read More

Focusing on Mindfulness—Not My Migraines—Helps Me Live Life to the Fullest

I no longer let stressful situations get the best of me. → Read More

I Thought I Was Having a Stroke. The ER Doctor Said I Was Dehydrated. We Were Both Wrong.

After months of not knowing, a migraine diagnosis gave me peace. → Read More

Birth Control Implant Switch: The Pill Only Works If You Remember to Take It, So It Didn’t Work for Me

I told myself that getting the birth control implant would be “one hour of discomfort for three years of freedom.” Now I can live—and have sex—without worry. → Read More

A Doctor Told Me I Was Just ‘Delicate.’ I Believed It, Until I Got a Proper Diagnosis

Migraines will always be a part of this veterinarian’s story—but they no longer drive the narrative. → Read More

Migraines Forced Me to Put Myself First, and for That, I’m Grateful

She said no to a promotion—and stopped making her needs an afterthought. → Read More