Health and Wellness

Forsyth infant mortality remains at all-time low

    Forsyth infant mortality remains at all-time low

BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE The Forsyth County infant mortality rate continues to be historically low. That was among the findings in an annual report on child protection and fatalities

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Residents encouraged to follow basic mosquito control measures to dodge Zika virus

    Residents encouraged to follow basic mosquito control measures to dodge Zika virus

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE As summer temperatures in North Carolina are upon us and Zika virus has been locally transmitted in a small neighborhood in Florida, the Forsyth County Department

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Salemtowne commemorates new health care center

    Salemtowne commemorates new health care center

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Last week dozens of residents and employees of Salemtowne came together for a “topping out” ceremony to commemorate the construction of

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How N.C. is reaching young black males about HIV/AIDS

    How N.C. is reaching young black males about HIV/AIDS

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE If there is one demographic statistically most at risk for contracting the HIV virus, and subsequently the AIDS disease, it’s young black males, ages

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Wake Forest Baptist celebrates opening of the Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education

  Wake Forest Baptist celebrates opening of the Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center announced completion of the new medical education building for its School

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As weather heats up, ‘tip and toss’ to eliminate mosquito breeding areas

  As weather heats up, ‘tip and toss’ to eliminate mosquito breeding areas

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Mosquito and tick-borne diseases are most commonly acquired from June to September, but residents of Forsyth

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Red Cross urges blood donations to help maintain summer supply

  Red Cross urges blood donations to help maintain summer supply

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE GREENSBORO —The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give blood to help ensure a sufficient

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Dancing to hip hop to get healthy

  Dancing to hip hop to get healthy

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  This summer an aerobics course unlike any other is being offered at the Wilson Park

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Group provides certified nursing assistants with treats

  Group provides certified nursing assistants with treats

The ACEY group, part of the Winston Salem Foundation’s Women’s Fund, helped nearly 50 certified nursing assistants (CNAs) at Oak Forest Health and Rehabilitation nursing home on Windy Hill Drive celebrate the 39th annual National Nursing Assistants Week on Wednesday, June 15,

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Local health clinic in south expands service

  Local health clinic in south expands service

United Health Centers (UHC, formerly, Southside United Health Center) is looking to expand its services in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County as well as other areas.

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