Many patients do not understand that the science behind the development of COVID-19 vaccines is not new technology. It took years to develop and has been successfully utilized worldwide when needed. I recently had the privilege of participating on a panel with a fellow physician to discuss the topic of medical mistrust. This pertinent topic […]
Come see Santa during a COVID-19 socially distant compliant event at The Historic Magnolia House located at 442 Gorrell St. in Greensboro. Santa will be in Greensboro on Dec. 19 and 20 to greet children. To register for this event, visit: www.santagso.com.
The 76th annual National Folk Festival concluded its three-day run in Greensboro attracting more than 100,000 music lovers. The free festival featured music representing African, Asian, Caribbean, Eastern European, Latino, Middle Eastern and Native American cultures. Performers showcased their talents in Folk, Blues, HipHop, R&B, Mariachi, Zydeco and Jazz to name a few. More than […]
It’s a Matter of Your Health I want to inform you of a few news worthy events, which have recently occurred in the medical literature. Last week a study looking at hypertension was ended early. The study first looked at people that were fifty years of age and older. Researchers were trying to determine whether […]