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For Seniors Only: These Jobs are the “Real Deal” for Seniors Looking to Work from Home

    For Seniors Only: These Jobs are the “Real Deal” for Seniors Looking to Work from Home

By Ria Fulton, Forsyth County Aging Services Planning Committee Looking to work from home, but skeptical about the outrageous “get rich quick schemes” that seem to be everywhere? If so,

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‘Dining’ events raising money for AIDS Care Service

    ‘Dining’ events raising money for AIDS Care Service

(pictured above: Sammie Gray is a longtime ACS supporter.) AIDS Care Services is asking those who support HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention to put their money where their mouths are. More

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Artist picked for city anniversary project

    Artist picked for city anniversary project

The City Council has selected Vandorn Hinnant, a Greensboro artist, as the winner of the city’s Centennial Art Commission. Hinnant’s proposal was recommended to the council by a panel of

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‘Race Progress’ awards to be presented

    ‘Race Progress’ awards to be presented

The Effort Club of New Bethel Baptist Church, 1016 N. Trade St., will hold its 17th Annual Race Progress Promoters awards presentation on Sunday, Nov. 10 at 4 p.m. The

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New job for Dr. Crews

    New job for Dr. Crews

Winston-Salem native Dr. William S. Crews Jr. has joined Carter BloodCare in Dallas, Fort Worth, Texas area as a staff

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The Human Touch

    The Human Touch

New WFU program will focus on training people-friendly docs Wake Forest University’s Interdisciplinary Humanities Pathway to Medicine Program aims to

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New lab brings nursing students closer to real experiences

    New lab brings nursing students closer to real experiences

City native Alishia Green has always known she wanted to be a nurse. “Everybody in my family’s a nurse,” explained

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Doctor meshes faith and health

    Doctor meshes  faith and health

Dr. Kara Davis is unique in the field of medicine.  Most physicians lean on their medical books and training when evaluating their

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Sullivan: Diversity key to ending health disparities

Former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. Louis Sullivan addressed health disparities during a visit to Winston-Salem State

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State doctors concerned about Medicaid proposals

    State doctors concerned about Medicaid proposals

The North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians (NCAFP) has concerns about the legislature’s plan to overhaul North Carolina’s Medicaid program.“Today,

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