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Editorial: Hagan’s Latest

    Editorial: Hagan’s Latest

From Great Smoky Mountains National Park in the west to Cape Hatteras National Seashore in the east, North Carolinians are passionate about the outdoors. In fact, more than 1.6 million

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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 at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have shown that it

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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 train a new generation of doctors who will treat patients

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UNC report: Segregated N.C. communities lag behind

    UNC report: Segregated N.C. communities lag behind

North Carolina’s racially segregated African American and Latino neighborhoods are more likely to suffer from inequality in living conditions related to housing, environmental justice and equal access to education, according

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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

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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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Obama becomes conservatives’ role model for working moms

    Obama becomes conservatives’ role model for working moms

The loudest voices in the Republican echo machine – those Fox News Network heavy hitters who routinely and consistently blame

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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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Rogers leaving Wake Forest for the White House

    Rogers leaving Wake Forest for the White House

The White House announced on Wednesday, March 13, that President Barack Obama has named Melissa Rogers Director of the Office

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Study: Local food benefits health and economy

    Study: Local food benefits health and economy

“The Forsyth County Community Food System: A Foundation to Grow,” a study commissioned by Forsyth Futures, The Winston-Salem Foundation and

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