Health and Wellness

The Epitome of Determination

    The Epitome of Determination

Student’s road to graduation littered with dozens of surgeries (pictured above:  Cruz Santibanez received her degree Sunday.) When Cruz Santibanez woke up in UNC’s surgical intensive care unit on July 4,

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Wellness Matters

    Wellness Matters

WFU undertaking trailblazing project to measure wellbeing of students Wake Forest says it is the first college that will comprehensively probe the wellbeing of students and alumni over the span of

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Praising All Nurses

    Praising All Nurses

Patients often recognize that a nurse is the health care professional with whom they and their families have the most direct contact. But they might not realize that nurses also

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Addiction recovery film to have Triad debut

  Addiction recovery film to have Triad debut

“The Anonymous People,” a feature documentary about the 23.5 million Americans living in long-term recovery and the emerging public recovery

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Center salutes volunteers

  Center salutes volunteers

(pictured above:  Diana Calaway, Robert Quick, Wanda Starke, Barbara Davis-Porter, Elvenia Johnson, Rev. Randy Harris, Gaynell Hyatt and Rev. Debbie Layman

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Medicare help available

  Medicare help available

The Shepherd’s Center’s Kernersville Senior Enrichment Center, 130 E. Mountain St., will host a “Medicare Low Income Subsidy Assistance” event

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IFB employees sign-up as eye donors

  IFB employees sign-up as eye donors

(pictured above:  IFB Employee Tameka Monroe speaks with the Eye Bank’s Dean Vavra and Katie Hall. (Below) IFB Employee Demarius Bowens

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Free safety checks available for older drivers

  Free safety checks  available for older drivers

Forsyth County AARP Chapter # 1797, along with the gerontology program at Winston-Salem State University, will sponsor a CarFit event

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Churches enlisted to fight kidney disease 

  Churches enlisted to fight kidney disease 

More than six million African American adults in the United States have signs of kidney disease – a total equal

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