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What exactly is “Comfort Care”?

May 4, 2018

The debate on how to care for people who are near the end of their lives has been brought to the forefront recently with the passing of former First Lady Barbara Bush. Mrs. Bush, known as the enforcer, lived up to that mantel to the end of her life. She chose her own way of […]


Cone Health Foundation ranks in top 10 funders for HIV support

April 27, 2018

The 15th annual Philanthropic Support to Address HIV/AIDS report recently released by Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA), ranks Cone Health Foundation 8th for funding HIV programs and services among “Deep South” states (defined by the Southern AIDS Strategy Initiative as: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas). According to FCAA, […]


“Self-care” is taking care of one’s mental and physical health

April 19, 2018

I have recently been introduced to the concept of self-care. This is in no way a new concept. It has been around the block a few times with different reincarnations and names. The topic of self-care has had a resurgence in the last few years as we all attempt to live more balanced, peaceful and […]


How Can We Eat Better and Lower Our Sugar Intake?

April 13, 2018

During the recent Easter and Passover observances, many of us commemorated these events by consuming lots of sugar. While those of us who celebrated Easter filled up on those cute, little, chocolate and marshmallow bunnies and chicks, we should now be thinking about how we are going to eat better and decrease our sugar intake. […]


Patients and Prayer

April 5, 2018

There are many aspects of life that enter into the patient/ healthcare provider relationship. If it is a new relationship you both are “sniffing” each other out. You both want to make a favorable impression on each other. So most times your best behavior is on display. Though some patients may feel that initial interview […]


Mobile Kitchen brings healthy food options to the community

March 30, 2018

A community partnership is providing underserved communities with nutritious food options. Local minority business leaders gathered at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro on March 21 to learn more about the Hampton Family Mobile Kitchen and to discuss ways to pro-mote healthy living in communities of color. North Carolina is ranked 9th in food […]


Your barber may be good for your health

March 23, 2018

It has long been known that barber shops hold a very special place in the heart of the African American community. They are a place where Black men gather, talk and are treated with respect. There is comfort there, trust is there and guards may be let down. In the mist of living everyday life, […]


Breast feeding is good for mother and child

March 16, 2018

It has long been known that babies gain so much when their mother’s breast feed. We know that the milk from the mother is superior to cow or other formula milks. Women’s breast milk is digested better by the babies. It is a perfect mix of vitamins and fat. The wonderful boost to the immune […]


Co-op promotes healthy community

March 2, 2018

Greensboro residents were invited to attend a health fair at the Renaissance Shoppes on Phillips Ave., Saturday, February 24. Participants were able to taste free samples of smoothies and fruits, observe fitness demonstrations, receive flu shots and health screenings, and a enjoy free spaghetti dinner. UNC Greensboro’s Recipe For Success, a program with the university’s […]


Weight loss might be easier with company

February 16, 2018

So many of us view the New Year as the starting point for new behaviors in our lives, we make those resolutions that proclaim our new behavior to ourselves. Does it matter if we make them privately versus publicly? As the song goes, “find a little help from my friends.” A little help does make […]


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