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Report: Medical students biased against the obese

    Report: Medical students biased against the obese

Two out of five medical students have an unconscious bias against obese people, according to a new study by researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. The study is published

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A Loving Reminder

    A Loving Reminder

Quincy Jones and his daughter Rashida appear in a new public service announcement for The Prostate Cancer Foundation and Stand Up To Cancer. The PSA encourages the friends and family

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Water Safety

    Water Safety

Already it is time for spring and summer, and many families are preparing to enjoy sunny days at North Carolina’s beaches, lakes, and pools. Unfortunately, sometimes these happy occasions turn

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Howard-McNatt named to National Cancer Network

Dr. Marissa Howard-McNatt, assistant professor of surgery, has received a three-year appointment as cancer liaison physician for Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in a program conducted by the Commission on

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Free breakfast/lunch program starts June 17

    Free breakfast/lunch program starts June 17

Chartwells School Dining Services, the company that serves breakfast and lunch to more than 2.3 million school children each day,

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Fast food proximity harmful to minority kids, says study

    Fast food proximity harmful to minority kids, says study

When their schools are near fast-food restaurants, black and Hispanic adolescents are more likely to be overweight and receive less

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START program seeks participants

    START program seeks participants

Lindsay Tise is not the guy you would expect to see pumping iron at the gym. At 94 years old,

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Chamber resolution calls for adequate health funding

    Chamber resolution calls for adequate health funding

The Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce has issued a resolution to North Carolina legislators in support of adequate funding for the

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AHA dollars for WSSU’s Work

    AHA  dollars for WSSU’s Work

Whittney Work, a Winston-Salem State University junior who is pursing a bachelor’s degree in nursing, is one of 16 national

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Hurricane season arrives

    Hurricane season arrives

U.S. Senator Kay Hagan is urging North Carolinians, especially those living in coastal communities, to prepare for the upcoming hurricane

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