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HIV/AIDS

    HIV/AIDS

Educating Ourselves and Our Communities Dec. 1 was World AIDS Day, a day dedicated to increasing awareness about HIV/AIDS, those with the disease, those newly diagnosed and preventing as many

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Belles join bone marrow registry

Lives will be saved thanks to 74 Bennett College students. After an on-campus workshop from the Linkage to Life: Organ, Tissue and Bone Marrow Donation Awareness Program (LTL), the students

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Novant plans focus on stroke in ’14

    Novant plans focus on stroke in ’14

In honor of National Family Caregivers Month, Novant Health and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association held a Stroke Caregiver Appreciation Luncheon on Nov. 2. The day was devoted to

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Diabetes series brings firm, Medical Center together

Wharton Gladden & Company, a Greensboro-based real estate investment banking firm, will partner with Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center to present an annual lecture series on diabetes research and prevention.

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Intersection of Faith and Food

    Intersection of Faith and Food

Religious leaders headline sustainability discussion Faith leaders and stakeholders in the food sustainability movement addressed a crowd of 100 attendees

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‘Roll & Stroll’ to help Arts For Life

    ‘Roll & Stroll’ to help Arts For Life

The 2nd Annual Roll & Stroll to benefit Arts For Life will take place Friday, Nov. 22. The family fun

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Report: Raise local daycare standards

    Report: Raise local daycare standards

About 25 percent of incoming kindergartners were at “high risk” of falling behind their classmates in learning how to read

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Forensic nurses collecting domestic violence evidence

    Forensic nurses collecting domestic violence evidence

The forensic nursing program at Cone Health now collects evidence of domestic violence. The evidence can be confidentially collected and

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A-Fib especially harmful for women and blacks

    A-Fib especially harmful for women and blacks

Doctors have known for years that atrial fibrillation (AF), or irregular heartbeat, increases the risk for stroke, but now researchers

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In Harm’s Way

Black women most likely to be killed by the men they love Black women face a disproportionate share of fatal

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