Share (pictured above: Coaches and others get on-field training.) Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ football coaches, certified athletic trainers and athletic directors learned about ways to better protect student-athletes during a seminar at Reagan High School
Share (pictured above: Michael (far left) and Jill (third from left) Drennen pose with WSSU Elementary Education Coordinator Fran Oates and professor Dr. David Peay.) Winston-Salem State University Chancellor Donald Reaves called it a “glorious morning
Share (pictured above: County Health Director Marlon Hunter addresses attendees.) Public health officials are making a push to persuade local property owners and managers to implement smoke free policies. “As landlords and property managers, you
Share Tick-borne illnesses, including Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and others, pose a special health threat to children, particularly during the peak tick-activity months of June and July, said Marcia E. Herman-Giddens, child
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