Health and Wellness

START program seeks participants

    START program seeks participants

Lindsay Tise is not the guy you would expect to see pumping iron at the gym. At 94 years old, he suffers from knee osteoarthritis, a debilitating yet common ailment

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Hurricane season arrives

    Hurricane season arrives

U.S. Senator Kay Hagan is urging North Carolinians, especially those living in coastal communities, to prepare for the upcoming hurricane season. National Hurricane Preparedness Week began Sunday, May 26 and

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AHA dollars for WSSU’s Work

    AHA  dollars for WSSU’s Work

Whittney Work, a Winston-Salem State University junior who is pursing a bachelor’s degree in nursing, is one of 16 national winners of the American Heart Association and Macy’s Go Red

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Healing Sounds

    Healing Sounds

The renowned Sunita Staneslow plays the harp in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center as Naomi Allen holds her son, Vincent Wayne Carter. The goal

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Just in Time for Summer

  Just in Time for Summer

Their history dates to ancient Egypt. They became popular in this country after World War II, when servicemen brought the

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Senior Services’ Fernanders earns ‘Heart’ award

Senior Services employee Mina Fernanders received the Hearts Award on May 16 at the Third Annual CNA Challenges and Rewards

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Trust invests in dental care

  Trust invests in dental care

The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust announced grants of nearly $1.3 million this month to improve the health and quality

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Bill targets stop-arm violators

  Bill targets stop-arm violators

The North Carolina School Bus Safety Act (HB 428) has passed the N.C. House of Representatives. State Rep. Edward Hanes

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Cereal drive brings in 2,400 boxes

  Cereal drive brings in 2,400 boxes

The students of Triad Academy at Summit were the top collectors for Crisis Control Ministry’s “Wee Care! Children’s Cereal Drive.”

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Grant to help produce more minority nurses

The William Randolph Hearst Foundations recently awarded the UNC Charlotte School of Nursing (SON) in the College of Health and

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