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Firm presents consolidation ideas to county council

    Firm presents consolidation ideas to county council

Forsyth County commissioners heard a presentation on their options for consolidating the departments of Public Health and Social Services on Thursday, Dec. 7. Currently both of these large departments have

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Nurse-Family Partnership to expand

    Nurse-Family Partnership to expand

Now in its fifth year, the Nurse-Family Partnership has secured permanent funding and is looking to expand its effort to improve pregnancy outcomes. The Nurse-Family Partnership is an initiative of

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Commentary: Heal gout naturally

    Commentary: Heal gout naturally

Gout is a result of high uric acid levels in the body. However, when levels are abnormally high, a gout flare ensues. Gout usually affects the toes, however, it can also affect kidneys, fingers and tendons.

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Commentary: Cold season is upon us; don’t forget the elderberry!

    Commentary: Cold season is upon us; don’t forget the elderberry!

By Elisha Covington Cold season is upon us; don’t forget the elderberry! ‘Tis the season for coughing, sneezing, running noses and scratchy throats. The change of the season brings on

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Her nonprofit works hard to keep us alive

    Her nonprofit works hard to keep us alive

By Busta Brown You’ve heard the saying: Do you want the good news or bad news first? I asked Dr.

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Commentary: Water is important to our health

    Commentary: Water is important to our health

Most of us know to “drink more water,” but for many, it isn’t always such an easy habit to apply.

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NBTF launches health initiative to examine disparities

    NBTF launches health initiative to examine disparities

The National Black Theater Festival (NBTF) concluded the week on Saturday with a health initiative.

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Editorial: Support NBTF as it provides health initiative

    Editorial: Support NBTF as it provides health initiative

Winston-Salem is getting ready for the National Black Theater Festival next week, July 31-Aug. 5. Of course, this is the

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Commentary: Eat fruits and vegetables for health’s sake

    Commentary: Eat fruits and vegetables for health’s sake

By Lynne Mitchell Did you know that most Americans do not consume the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables in

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Commentary: Letting go of 2016 and welcoming 2017

    Commentary: Letting go of 2016 and welcoming 2017

James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist The year 2016 started out with a great deal of promise. Before we lament,

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