COVID, Flu, RSV … Could Measles Be Next for NC?

  A measles outbreak in Ohio that begin in November has spanned to four counties and sickened…

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Potentially Landmark Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Against NC

(Photo: Gannett) (This story first appeared in Wilmington Star-News, 12/07/02 by Matthew Prensky)…

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Cone Health’s MedCenter for Women Looks to Educate About Nutrition

In Greensboro, the Dr. Miguel and Denese Brito Nutrition & Education Center at MedCenter for…

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We See Giving in Your Future!

  On November 29, your NCMS Foundation will join people from around the world to support…

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NC Makes CDC’s 16 Places in US Where Flu Is Rampant List

  The CDC lists 16 states or major metropolitan areas as having the highest possible label…

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With RSV on the Rise, Pediatric Hospitalists Are Extending Care Across North Carolina

Temperatures are dropping and the risk of COVID-19 and influenza are up. For the last few months,…

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NC Doctor Appointed to State’s Andrea Harris Equity Task Force

  Cedric Bright, MD (image credit: ECU)   Dr. Cedric Bright, Associate Dean for…

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November is National Diabetes Month, NC Has Some Troubling Statistics

  National Diabetes Month is recognized annually each November. Its purpose is to boost…

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Low-Carb Diet May Help Fight Pre-Diabetes

According to the CDC, about 37 million Americans have diabetes. More than 1 in 3 North Carolinians…

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NCMS Ethical & Judicial Affairs Committee Meets

The NCMS Ethical & Judicial Affairs Committee met for its final meeting of the year on October…

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