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Fitness beneficial to senior citizens

    Fitness beneficial to senior citizens

After a scare from a routine doctor’s visit, Betty Jones of Winston-Salem decided it was time to take back control of her health. “I had a scare at the doctor,

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Central graduates record number

    Central graduates record number

North Carolina Central University awarded more than 700 bachelor’s degrees on Saturday, May 11. Graduates were challenged by veteran broadcast journalist and entertainer Ed Gordon to “start the journey to

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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 patients. Davis does too, but she also takes it a

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Skills camp about more than b-ball

    Skills camp about more than b-ball

Two churches and two college basketball teams came together Saturday to hold a basketball camp for more than 100 children. It was the 12th year that First Baptist Church on

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Human Relations Award Honoree: Dr. Medge Owen

    Human Relations Award Honoree:  Dr. Medge Owen

Human Relations Award Honoree In underdeveloped countries, child birth can be a life-threatening ordeal for mother and child. Dr. Medge

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Local facilities say life-saving is a priority

    Local facilities say life-saving is a priority

Policies of senior homes under increased scrutiny after California woman’s death How far would you go to save someone else’s

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USC legend to visit Bennett

    USC legend to visit Bennett

Dr. Paula L. McGee will speak at Bennett College (in the Annie Merner Pfeiffer Chapel) on Thursday, March 21 at

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The Sport of Science

    The Sport of Science

Brain power earns students medals  Students’ knowledge of anatomy, astronomy, chemistry and more were tested Saturday during a competition at

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Another honor for IFB

    Another honor for IFB

Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind (IFB) was recently honored for its efforts to increase employment retention, growth and upward mobility

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New college offers personal touch

    New college offers personal touch

When Dr. Lucas Shallua and his wife, Dorothy Edward,  started Mount Eagle College, they thought about how fortunate they were

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