Founded in early 2017, the #Fight4HER campaign works to call attention to policies like the Global Gag Rule. It sounds like worldwide work, but how does the reproductive rights campaign operate right here in North Carolina?
President Trump signed an executive order on Aug. 3 to expand and cement rural access to telehealth. You might remember that our state's rural healthcare has suffered throughout COVID-19. But here's why the presidential order might boost rural hopes for telehealth in North Carolina.
American healthcare systems have been losing millions of workers and billions of dollars in the vice of COVID-19. If the situation is dire, it’s also the moment to evaluate new tactics. That’s why telehealth, and its expansion during the past few months, presents a large, untapped business opportunity. Telehealth: A Timely Business Innovation Yesterday, the...
Every year 53,000 people in North Carolina are diagnosed with diabetes. A number likely to rise in the coming years if we do not take charge of our stress. New research shows the stress hormone, cortisol, is more likely to remain high in type 2 diabetes. Wreaking havoc on our health.
In a Tuesday, July 21 news conference, Wake County Superintendent Cathy Moore recommended that the school year begin in an entirely online learning platform. The reopening plan, named Plan B Transition, calls for students in Wake Co. to begin the school year in online instruction but will transition to in-class instruction as the year progresses.