Health and Wellness

What’s Cookin’ with Chef N’gai

    What’s Cookin’ with Chef N’gai

150,000. That is how many people are impacted by food insecurity in the Triad alone.

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Busta’s Person of the Week: She does more than survive; she thrives

    Busta’s Person of the Week: She does more than survive; she thrives

Busta’s Person of the Week: She does more than survive; she thrives

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Living on the edge of the numbers

    Living on the edge of the numbers

Many people are aware that they should know their blood pressure numbers, but few know why it is important and how it can impact their lives.

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Nurse-Family Partnership holds largest graduation ever

    Nurse-Family Partnership holds largest graduation ever

Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) of Forsyth County celebrated its largest graduation ever with 27 mothers and 27 toddlers last month at Forsyth Medical Center.

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Busta’s Person of the Week: Andrea Goode thanks God for stroke

  Busta’s Person of the Week: Andrea Goode thanks God for stroke

Busta’s Person of the Week: Andrea Good thanks God for stroke

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Winston-Salem man inspires Hall of Fame quarterback to advocate on behalf of ALS

  Winston-Salem man inspires Hall of Fame quarterback to advocate on behalf of ALS

The ALS Association  launched a new public awareness campaign that was the final wish of Winston-Salem resident Harrison Anderson.

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Panel inspires older adults to take ‘Your Second Chance’

  Panel inspires older adults to take ‘Your Second Chance’

A project for her graduate studies class, Disrupt Aging, turned into a panel presentation for nearly 75 attendees on Saturday, Jan. 12, at Novant Health Conference Center.

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Signs of hope and climate change

  Signs of hope and climate change

As we enter 2019, we find ourselves speeding toward two different climate tipping points.

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Transplant gives local man new outlook on life

  Transplant gives local man new outlook on life

Less than two years ago doctors diagnosed Sherman Transou with congestive heart failure and told him that his heart was only pumping 10 percent of blood, today he uses that motivate others.

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Connecting our communities with medical-health professionals

  Connecting our communities with medical-health professionals

More medical-health professionals need to know how to reach and speak with us.

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