Health and Wellness

Professor trains coaches to tackle sexually offensive talk

    Professor trains coaches to tackle sexually offensive talk

Imagine what would happen if a high school teacher encouraged students to perform well by alluding to sexual violence or derided a student’s efforts in the classroom by using slang

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Study to explore if black, white cancer patients receiving equable care

    Study to explore if black, white cancer patients receiving equable care

A five-year national study now underway in Greensboro and Pittsburgh attempts to determine if technology and other tools can make sure that African-American breast and lung cancer patients receive the

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FMC’s Angelou Center summit to look at women’s health issues

Beginning on Thursday, Sept. 27, the Maya Angelou Center for Women’s Health and Wellness at Forsyth Medical Center will hold a three-day international summit focusing on contemporary issues affecting women’s and

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Universal-free school breakfast eliminates stigma for poor students

    Universal-free school breakfast eliminates stigma for poor students

A study by two UNCG professors has found evidence that giving all kids access to free breakfast at school, rather than qualifying kids based on income, decreases the stigma for

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Benefit concert to support burn victims

  Benefit concert to  support burn victims

The 13th Annual Band Aid for Burn Survivors concert will be held on Thursday, Sept. 13 at The Garage, 110

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Prostate Cancer

  Prostate Cancer

Did you know that, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one in five African American men

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Healthy Eating on a Budget

  Healthy Eating on a Budget

  Many people and families in the United States are still feeling the crunch from the current economic recession. More

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Cancer, other setbacks not keeping WSSU’s Bryant from his dreams

  Cancer, other setbacks not keeping WSSU’s Bryant from his dreams

  Winston-Salem State University junior Keith Bryant has faced more adversities in his first 22 years than most people face

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National honor for WSSU’s Edwards

  National  honor for  WSSU’s Edwards

  Dr. Yolanda Edwards, a professor at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU), recently received the Sylvia Walker Education Award from the

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Worth the Risks?

  Worth the Risks?

Noted N.C. dental professional says oral piercing could lead to ugly consequences  The former head of the N.C. Dental Society

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