Health and Wellness

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 need some stress relief. What’s adding to the chaos: there

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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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COVID-19 scam alert

  COVID-19 scam alert

The coronavirus outbreak has been big business for scammers. First it was fake masks, then fake government grants, and now it’s a

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American Heart Association increases health mini-grant funding for COVID-19 relief programs

  American Heart Association increases health mini-grant funding for COVID-19 relief programs

Application deadline extended through April 6 The American Heart Association is working to improve heart health among North Carolina’s most at-risk

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COVID-19 pandemic poses dire threat to N.C. prisons and jails

  COVID-19 pandemic poses dire threat to N.C. prisons and jails

By Melissa Boughton, NC Policy Watch Criminal justice advocates and family members of incarcerated individuals have been warning state and

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City announces further steps to address COVID-19 threat

  City announces further steps to address COVID-19 threat

Mayor Allen Joines, Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian H. Burke, and the members of the Winston-Salem City Council have approved additional measures to keep the community safe and ensure delivery of essential services while COVID-19 remains a threat in Winston-Salem.

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