Health and Wellness

544,950 people in N.C. enroll in Marketplace coverage

    544,950 people in N.C. enroll in Marketplace coverage

Special to The Chronicle As of Dec. 19, the number of consumers signed up for Marketplace coverage surged to more than 8.2 million nationally, including 544,950 in North Carolina. Those who

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Wake Forest offers tips for mentoring

    Wake Forest offers tips for mentoring

Special to The Chronicle January is National Mentoring Month. Wake Forest University asks: Do you have time to mentor? Effective mentoring requires investing in another person’s growth and development. It is

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Poor diet linked to illnesses among blacks

    Poor diet linked to illnesses among blacks

Cooking Matters (Right) coordinator Felecia Bennett-Giles chops fresh herbs during a recent Cooking Matters session. The class is designed to educate the African-American community on healthy eating. Obesity and poor

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N.C. regulators ‘OK’ health insurance rate increase

    N.C. regulators ‘OK’ health insurance rate increase

In above photo: HealthCare.gov homepage image (File Photo) RALEIGH (AP) — North Carolina consumers who buy their own health insurance are facing major price increases next year. The state Insurance

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Health insurance enrollment opens amid price hikes

  Health insurance enrollment opens amid price hikes

In above photo: Affordable Care Act Image (File Photo) Affordable Care Act subsidies will help some Open enrollment for health

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Nurses’ banquet honors trendsetters

  Nurses’ banquet honors trendsetters

By Tori P. Haynesworth For The Chronicle The Winston-Salem State University Nursing Alumni Organization had its annual scholarship banquet on

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Infant mortality at a historic low in Forsyth County

  Infant mortality at a historic low in Forsyth County

By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle Forsyth County’s infant mortality rate decreased in 2014 to 6.4 infants per 1,000 live

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Commentary: Black women should ‘walk the walk’ to survive heart disease

  Commentary: Black women should ‘walk the walk’ to survive heart disease

Cynthia Brown Guest Columnist It is a known fact that heart disease is the leading cause of death; the number

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Bailey named head of psychiatry at Wake Forest Baptist

  Bailey named head of psychiatry at Wake Forest Baptist

Special to The Chronicle Dr. Rahn Kennedy Bailey has joined Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center as chair of the Department of Psychiatry and

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Wake Forest Baptist provides Halloween safety tips

  Wake Forest Baptist provides  Halloween safety tips

Special to The Chronicle Everyone loves a good scare on Halloween, but not when it comes to children’s safety. On

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