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Health Centers: reaching out, touching lives
Wednesday, December 21, 2016
DURHAM – A year ago, Charlitta Burruss was a patient without Medicaid or health insurance. Burruss, who has type 2 diabetes, said her A1C reading was at a level 12 at the time. A1C is a blood test that shows the average amount of sugar (glucose) in your blood over the past two to three months, letting you know how well your blood sugar is being
Link between child deaths and parent access to paid leave
Wednesday, December 21, 2016
RALEIGH – Access to paid leave for North Carolina workers could impact more than just a parent's quality of life. A possible link between child mortality and access to child care and paid leave is prompting the state to take a closer look. Last week, the State Fatality Prevention Team approved the creation of a committee co-led by NC Child to take
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Dr. Umar Johnson

Dr Umar will be discussing psycho-academic


Hypnotic Brass Ensemble: Concert

The Carolina Theatre of Durham presents Hypnotic


Day 2 Day Dads

Day 2 Day Dads is a fatherhood program serving

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Zaniac Learning opens first Triangle location

CARY – Zaniac, a STEM-based learning center, is officially opening its first Triangle

Town of Chapel Hill employee celebration

CHAPEL HILL – Employees have held their own special observance of Dr. Martin Luther King

Graf sparks Eagles over Hampton

HAMPTON, Va. – North Carolina Central University senior guard Dajuan Graf was ready for