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Harris becomes AMA’s First Black Female President

July 26, 2019

In June, Dr. Patrice A. Harris, a psychiatrist from Atlanta, was sworn-in as the 174th president of the American Medical Association (AMA). She is the first African American woman to hold the position. During her inauguration ceremony in Chicago, Dr. Harris said she plans to implement effective strategies to improve healthcare education and training, combat […]

Team Hines wins ‘The Basketball Tournament’ regional

July 26, 2019

Despite trailing for large chunks of the Greensboro Regional Final, Team Hines beat Team CP3 coached by former NBA player and Winston Salem native Paul, 73-68, on Sunday at the Greensboro Coliseum Fieldhouse. Mike James, former player with the New Orleans Pelicans poured 23 points in the final including the winning fadeaway. Sniper Isaiah Miles […]

Charlotte braces itself after Greenville Trump rally

July 26, 2019

CHARLOTTE – In the aftermath of Monday night’s Charlotte City Council vote to condemn “all hate speech, bigotry, racism, and discrimination” by U.S. President Trump, the Queen City is now emotionally bracing itself for possible vehement protests in August 2020 when the Republican National Convention comes to town. Several Charlotte residents warned the council that […]

Medicaid expansion could bring thousands of jobs to Guilford County

July 26, 2019

With state budget negotiations still on the table, thousands of North Carolinians are still left without healthcare coverage in the upcoming year. According to a study by researchers at the George Washington University, expansion of Medicaid in North Carolina would create 37,000 new jobs and insure approximately 365,000 more people across the state by 2022. […]

Can supplements help the brain function better?

July 19, 2019

One of the most precious gifts we received in life is our ability to think and make decisions. As Mother Nature would have it, we all have special talents and abilities. Some are a whizzes at math while others loathe the subject. Some enjoy the classics while others would rather play heavy metal. We all […]

2019 East West All-Star Game

July 19, 2019

WEST 119, EAST 80 – BOYS With former Southwest standouts Jay’den Turner’s 24 points, eight rebounds (Southwest Guilford, Queens College) and Keyshaun Langley’s seven points, eight rebounds and five assists (Southwest Guilford, UNCG) leading the way, the West ran to a 61-28 halftime lead. High Point Central alumnus Dhieu Deing (USC-Aiken) joined the party with […]

Lights for Liberty Vigil: Area residents gather to support immigrants

July 19, 2019

Hundreds of residents gathered in downtown Greensboro on July 12 for a public vigil to raise awareness about the plight of detained migrants, specifically at the southern U.S. border. The vigil in Greensboro was just one of 700 organized events around the country in response to reports of nationwide raids on immigrants. Protestors held signs […]

2019 Community Swim Meet Makes a Splash

July 12, 2019

The final day of the Community Swim Association’s (CSA) City Championship Meet took place at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. The annual Greensboro CSA parade featuring more than 400 athletes in 21 swim teams/clubs opening the afternoon swimming festivities. Monday concluded with the 50-yard butterfly and the individual medley (IM) consisting of four competitive strokes (butterfly, […]

Stay hydrated year round, especially in summer

July 12, 2019

I recently saw a patient for a routine visit. During the visit, a urine sample was collected. Upon analysis of the urine, it was discovered that the patient was not drinking enough water. The patient was shocked that there was an issue regarding their fluid consumption. They proceeded to tell me how much water they […]

Celebrate the 50th Anniversay of the Apollo 11 Lunar Landing

July 12, 2019

July 20, 1969 – July 20, 2019 Here are four books about the moon to make any reader swoon. “The Moon’s First Friends” by Susanna Leonard Hill, pictures by Elisa Paganelli “If You Had a Birthday Party on the Moon” by Joyce Lapin, illustrated by Simona Ceccarelli “The First Men Who Went to the Moon” […]

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