Health and Wellness

Davis speaking at domestic violence event

    Davis speaking at domestic violence event

(pictured above:  Motivational speaker and consultant Kendra Davis.) Kendra Davis will speak at the Rural Hall Branch Library’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month program on Saturday, Oct. 11. The program will

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Medical Society honoring professors

    Medical Society honoring professors

(pictured above: Rev. Odell Cleveland (left) with Robert Wineburg.) Two Greensboro College visiting scholars are being honored by the N.C. Medical Society for their contributions to North Carolina public health. Robert Wineburg,

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Campus Wellbeing director hired at WFU

    Campus Wellbeing  director hired at WFU

(pictured above:   Malika Roman Isler shares a laugh at a recent campus wellness event.) Wake Forest University has named Malika Roman Isler, a 1999 alumna, as its first director of

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RMH seeks support as birthday gift

    RMH seeks support as birthday gift

Winston-Salem’s Ronald McDonald House is 30-years-old and is marking the milestone by asking the community to support its mission. Located on Hawthorne Road, the House has provided “a home away

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Zumbathon to support Enrichment Center

  Zumbathon to support Enrichment Center

(pictured above:  Participants take part in a past Zumbathon.) For the past four years, funds raised from The Enrichment Center’s

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Lupus run will be Sept. 6

  Lupus run will be Sept. 6

(pictured above:  Last year’s event was very well attended.) Beautiful Butterflies, Inc. will host its 4th annual Lupus 5K Walk/Run event on Saturday, Sept.

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Local survivors featured on national magazine

  Local survivors featured on national magazine

(pictured above: Triad residents David Layton (seated) with Randy Ludington and Anne Howell.) The August issue of the American Heart Association’s

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Angelou Center helping diabetics live better

  Angelou Center helping diabetics live better

LIFT Diabetes stands for the Lifestyle Intervention for the Treatment of Diabetes by Wake Forest School of Medicine’s Maya Angelou

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Report: Fewer uninsured because of ACA

  Report: Fewer uninsured because of ACA

Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell announced last week the release of a new study, published in the

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Short Life. Big Impact.

  Short Life. Big Impact.

Tournament to celebrate infant who battled heart defect (pictured above: Easton Sunday) Local middle and high school boys will participate in North

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