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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 Center for Health Equity.  The project is designed to reduce

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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 New England Journal of Medicine, estimating that 10.3 million uninsured

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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 Point Baptist Church’s Easton Memorial Basketball Tournament on Saturday, July

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Hospital hospitality house marks milestone

    Hospital hospitality house marks milestone

(pictured above:  Jay and Nellie Springs at the SECU Family House.) Almost three years after opening, the SECU Family House has served its 10,000th guest. The SECU Family House is a 45

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Blood pressure: Lower may not be better

  Blood pressure:  Lower may not be better

Local researcher publishes findings in national journal For decades, common medical wisdom has been “the lower the better” in treating

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GTCC and Bennett sign co-admission agreement

  GTCC and Bennett sign co-admission agreement

(pictured above:  Bennett President Rosalind Fuse-Hall shakes hands with GTCC President Randy Parker.) The leaders of Bennett College and Guilford

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Healing through Farming

  Healing through Farming

Film about female vets battling PTSD to make N.C. debut (pictured above: Farmer and veteran Anna Mann.) The film “Terra Firma”

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Southside UHC awarded millions

  Southside UHC awarded millions

Southside United Health Center learned May 29 that it would receive $1.5 million a year for the next three years

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Local women give congressman Blind Sensitivity Training

  Local women give congressman Blind Sensitivity Training

(pictured above:  Anastasia Powell and Stephanie Davis with U.S. Rep. Patrick McHenry.) Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind brought its Blind Sensitivity

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Heart Heroes honored at Ball

  Heart Heroes honored at Ball

(picture above:  Josie and Scotty Wooten with their son, Jarod.) More than 250 guests attended the American Heart Association’s Winston-Salem

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