(pictured above: Participant Jacquelyn Gregg is recognized by Dr. Wanda Lawrence (right).) The first group of women have completed the heart disease-fighting program Saving One Sister At a Time. They
WSSU takes health project to Piedmont Park (pictured above: Hazel Neely, president of the Piedmont Park Resident Council, is among the participants in Saving One Sister At a Time.) “Saving One
Winston-Salem joins the Black Men Run movement (pictured above: (From left) Captain Yussef Gilkey poses with Undrae Hayes, Chris Epps, KC Council, Derrick Brown and Derrick Brown II before a run
DeAnne D. Brooks, an assistant professor of kinesiology at Greensboro College, received the 2014 Alumni Association Outstanding Teaching Award during the Alumni Awards Convocation and Senior Investiture on April 5.
The Chronicle This spring, the Forsyth County Department of Public Health wants residents to “Just WALK.” The latest variant of
Once again, El Buen Pastor Latino Community Services will host the El Buen Camino 5K race and one-mile walk. Participants
By: Rebecca Thompson, CHES February is American Heart Month, and unfortunately, most of us know someone who has had heart
(pictured above: Cheryl Lindsay is the director of Human Resources and Inclusion/Diversity at Hanesbrands Inc., but to an ever-growing group, she
New Year’s fitness resolutions are so common that trainers and health professionals prepare for an influx of clients every January.
By Helen Naples, Owner/Operator of Women’s Wellness & Fitness Statistics show that many folks give up 8-12 weeks after starting