Talking about sex may not be a regular part of your doctor-patient relationship, but it should be. This can be especially true for adolescents and young adults who are disproportionately impacted by sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Nearly hal
Pericarditis is a heart condition that doctors say can be difficult to diagnose, often hard to treat and very challenging for many of the people who suffer from it. The key to recovery is getting the right treatment and getting it quickly.
More than 300 thousand people suffer cardiac arrest each year. Doing CPR properly can save someone’s life in these situations, but according to a recent Cleveland Clinic survey, only half of Americans say they know how to perform bystander CPR.
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Zika outbreaks are currently happening in many countries and territories. The mosquitoes that can become infected with and spread Zika live in many parts of the world, including parts of the United States. Learn how you can protect yourself from Z
VIDEO: Yael Symes of Durham explains why she and members of the SODU (South Durham) Parents Posse held a "nurse-in" Saturday, April 2, 2016, at the Costco in Durham after she said she was made to feel uncomfortable breastfeeding her daughter in th
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More than 1,000 customers showed up Saturday morning for a vote on whether to fire Tri-County Electric Cooperative's board. Records showed the board members had spent thousands on committee meetings and bonuses.
After the Tri-County Electric board was caught enriching themselves while customers paid high rates, more than 1,500 co-op members successfully voted to oust the board in a historic meeting August 18, 2018.