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Forsyth County health officials confirm first Zika travel-related case

    Forsyth County health officials confirm first Zika travel-related case

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Forsyth County Department of Public Health (FCDPH) last week confirmed the first case of Zika virus infection in a Forsyth County patient who had recently

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Zika is new challenge in 100 years of the Public Health Department

    Zika is new challenge in 100 years of the Public Health Department

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle The Forsyth County Public Health Department is celebrating 100 years of service to the citizens of Winston-Salem and surrounding areas. Since 1916 the department has

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Community rallies around WSSU student in final stages of kidney and pancreas failure

    Community rallies around WSSU student in final stages of kidney and pancreas failure

Jasmine Morgan gives blood Tuesday, Feb. 16. With the help of the Winston-Salem American Red Cross, Winston-Salem State University sponsored a blood drive to support senior Sierra Payne. The therapeutic

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Health fair promotes healthy heart

    Health fair promotes healthy heart

Zumba heart health fair participants work out on Friday, Feb 5. SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Red H.E.A.R.R.T. hosted its 6th annual community evening event, Zumba Heart Health Fair, on February

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Cold increases stroke risk for African-Americans

  Cold increases stroke risk for African-Americans

By Amanda Jones The Chronicle Though it lasts only one quarter of the year, winter remains the most high-alert season

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Don’t forget your pet in cold weather

  Don’t forget your pet in cold weather

Photo by Shayna Smith Bella shows how dogs should be covered when outside in the cold weather. Special to the

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Heart association forming young pro group

  Heart association forming young pro group

The American Heart Association is looking for corporate business professionals between the ages 25-35 who are interested in joining the

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544,950 people in N.C. enroll in Marketplace coverage

  544,950 people in N.C. enroll in Marketplace coverage

Special to The Chronicle As of Dec. 19, the number of consumers signed up for Marketplace coverage surged to more than

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Wake Forest offers tips for mentoring

  Wake Forest offers tips for mentoring

Special to The Chronicle January is National Mentoring Month. Wake Forest University asks: Do you have time to mentor? Effective mentoring

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Poor diet linked to illnesses among blacks

  Poor diet linked to illnesses among blacks

Cooking Matters (Right) coordinator Felecia Bennett-Giles chops fresh herbs during a recent Cooking Matters session. The class is designed to

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