Health and Wellness

As state begins to reopen, mental health still a top concern

    As state begins to reopen, mental health still a top concern

Even as North Carolina begins to show signs of opening back up, these remain challenging times for many people in our state and around the country. Over the past two months, mental health experts say they have seen an increased number of people experiencing anxiety, negative thoughts and family conflicts.

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COVID-19 crisis spawns another dangerous epidemic in NC: A spike in domestic violence

    COVID-19 crisis spawns another dangerous epidemic in NC:  A spike in domestic violence

COVID-19 crisis spawns another dangerous epidemic in NC: A spike in domestic violence

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Busta’s Person of the Week: Dr. Hayley Figueroa: ‘If you’re always ready, you never have to get ready.’

    Busta’s Person of the Week: Dr. Hayley Figueroa: ‘If you’re always ready, you never have to get ready.’

Busta’s Person of the Week: Dr. Hayley Figueroa: ‘If you’re always ready, you never have to get ready.’

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Right at Home of Winston-Salem caregivers provide in-home care for those most vulnerable to COVID-19

    Right at Home of Winston-Salem  caregivers provide in-home care for those most vulnerable to COVID-19

As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to ravage communities across the world, it is heartening to see people and businesses stepping up to offer their strength and resources to protect the most vulnerable among us.

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Busta’s Person of the Week: Dr. Dana Carthron shares facts, dispels myths about COVID-19

  Busta’s Person of the Week: Dr. Dana Carthron shares facts, dispels myths about COVID-19

Busta’s Person of the Week: Dr. Dana Carthron shares facts, dispels myths about COVID-19

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Using tele-med technology becoming more popular with seniors

  Using tele-med technology becoming more popular with seniors

With the stay-at-home order and the increasing spread of COVID-19, many healthcare professionals are encouraging their patients to connect with them via tele-med technology.

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Type of cloth used in homemade masks makes a difference in protection provided

  Type of cloth used in homemade masks makes a  difference in protection provided

Homemade masks can play an important role in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, but the type of fabric used is key to their effectiveness, according to tests performed at Wake Forest Baptist Health.

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Busta’s Person of the Week: Dr. Kornegay shares tips on how to cope with the stress of COVID -19

  Busta’s Person of the Week: Dr. Kornegay shares tips on how to cope with the stress of COVID -19

By Busta Brown The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a tremendous amount of stress and confusion in our country and Americans

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Separating fact from fiction about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

  Separating fact from fiction about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

Since the coronavirus first started making news in January, rumors, myths, and fabrications started flooding our email inboxes and Facebook

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Parenting tips during the coronavirus pandemic

  Parenting tips during the coronavirus pandemic

By Stephanie C. Nash, LICSW President & CEO, Episcopal Center for Children This is an unprecedented time in our world

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