Health and Wellness

Locals in historic Campbell Medical class

    Locals in historic Campbell Medical class

Chronicle Staff Report Buies Creek-based Campbell University has opened the state’s first new medical school in 35 years. The Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine’s first class of 150 students

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Smart Start to conduct more vision screenings

    Smart Start to conduct more vision screenings

Special to The Chronicle Smart Start of Forsyth County, Inc. (SSFC) has received a grant from The Winston-Salem Foundation to provide more than 500 children in the Forsyth County NC

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Shepherd’s Center fulfills 25,000th request by senior

    Shepherd’s Center fulfills 25,000th request by senior

The Shepherd’s Center celebrated responding to its 25,000th request for transportation assistance on Thursday, Aug. 15. To mark this significant milestone, Mayor Allen Joines met with Donald White, a longtime

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Smart Start expanding screenings

    Smart Start expanding screenings

Smart Start of Forsyth County, Inc. (SSFC) is expanding early childhood developmental screenings in a seven-county area, including Forsyth County. SSFC has been awarded almost $200,000 from the North Carolina

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Film, discussion to focus on good-food revolution

  Film, discussion to focus on good-food revolution

“Edible City: Grow the Revolution,” a fast-paced documentary that looks at the good food movement that has begun to spread

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Free screenings available at church’s Community Day

  Free screenings available at church’s Community Day

Winston-Salem State University Nurses Alumni Organization will be among the partners at the July 27 community day event from 10

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McMillan to push healthy-eating program in Vegas

  McMillan to push healthy-eating program in Vegas

In March, the American Culinary Federation North Carolina Chapter received $10,000 from the Federation’s Education Foundation and Chef & Child

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New WSFD policy reverts back to old medical response system

  New WSFD policy reverts back to old medical response system

City firefighters no longer respond to 911 calls for medical assistance, only for life-threatening medical conditions such as cardiac arrest,

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Support for anti-obesity program

  Support for anti-obesity program

Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center has donated $1,000 to support Mayor Allen Joines’ Childhood Obesity Initiative. The money will be

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Tick Tips

  Tick Tips

Tick-borne illnesses, including Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and others, pose a special health threat to children, particularly during

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