Health and Wellness

Rev. Robinson named Womble Carlyle Healthy Heart Champion

    Rev. Robinson named Womble Carlyle Healthy Heart Champion

Submitted photo SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE With 330 guests, the American Heart Association’s Winston-Salem Heart Ball raised $232,000 (net) through tickets, tables sold, sponsorships, silent and live auctions, and individual

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Salvation Army Senior Center holds health fair

    Salvation Army Senior Center holds health fair

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The Salvation Army held a health fair to help kick off its new seniors program at its Civic Community Center on Saturday, May 6. The

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Hunt provides exercise as community center gives away prizes

    Hunt provides exercise as community center gives away prizes

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE For the past seven years, the staff at the Carl H. Russell Sr. Community Center has been providing the neighborhood kids

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W-S marks National Walking Day

    W-S marks National Walking Day

Photo by Tevin Stinson CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT Last week the American Heart Association encouraged people to lace up their sneakers and get moving on Wednesday, April 5, during National Walking

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Advocates: Failed GOP health-care plan bad for children

  Advocates: Failed GOP health-care plan bad for children

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE  Photo by Todd Luck Just a day before the Republicans’ American Health Care Act (AHCA)

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Local students ‘kick butts’

  Local students ‘kick butts’

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE  More than 300 students from schools across the county “kicked butts”

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Event targets women of color’s health

  Event targets women of color’s health

Photo by Ashlea Jones BY ASHLEA JONES  FOR THE CHRONICLE Red HEARRT (Help Educate and Reduce Risk Today) hosted a

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Active and Healthy Brotherhood expands study

  Active and Healthy Brotherhood expands study

Local study that examines chronic disease in African-American males looks to reach more men BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE In

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Forsyth infant mortality still historically low

  Forsyth infant mortality still historically low

BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE The Forsyth County infant mortality rate continues to be historically low. That was among the

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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

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