Health and Wellness

Dignity and End of Life Care

    Dignity and End of Life Care

Consider this situation: you are driving home in a rain storm; you lose control of your car and hit a tree. You are taken to the hospital and need emergency

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Awards given at heart/stroke walk

    Awards given at heart/stroke walk

More than 4,500 Forsyth County residents took part in the American Heart Association’s 2012 Tanglewood Heart and Stroke Walk, on Saturday, Oct. 20. Sponsored by Wake Forest Baptist Health and

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Black boys entering puberty earlier than counterparts

    Black boys entering puberty earlier than counterparts

Boys in the United States appear to be entering puberty much earlier than in the past – a trend researchers caution may have important medical, psychosocial, public health and environmental

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Forsyth using new heart defibrillator

Forsyth Medical Center is one of just two hospitals in the state of North Carolina to offer patients at risk of sudden cardiac arrest a new life-saving device that can

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State continues to verify eugenics victims

  State continues to verify eugenics victims

More victims of the state’s former Eugenics Board Program have come forward, including five in Forsyth County. According to the

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Urban League to hold Medicare town hall

The Winston-Salem Urban League, 201 W. Fifth St., will hold a town hall meeting on  Health Care and Medicare for

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Zumba Against Breast Cancer

  Zumba Against Breast Cancer

The Village Inn Event Center is partnering with Women’s Wellness & Fitness to host their 2nd Annual “Triad’s Largest Party

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UNCG requires freshmen to complete alcohol awareness course

  UNCG requires freshmen to  complete alcohol awareness course

One of the most important homework assignments for UNCG freshmen was due Oct. 15. That was the deadline for first-year

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Students choose the healthiest mode of transportation

  Students choose the healthiest mode of transportation

Kimberley Park Elementary School students and their families took part in International Walk to School Day on Wednesday, Oct. 3.

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Program earns accreditation

The Rehabilitation Studies program at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) has been awarded accreditation by the Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE).

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