By Stephanie Soucheray One of the hardest things for a parent is to watch their child be sick, and that difficulty is only amplified when..
By Rose Hoban New mothers have a lot to think about – breastfeeding is new, they’re still healing from giving birth, they’re..
Nurses in North Carolina schools currently monitor the health of more than 1,200 children, on average, and many cover two or three schools...
By Marisa Grant Beginning today, 1.7 million food stamp recipients in North Carolina will find it more difficult to put food on the table...
By Taylor Sisk Approximately 36 percent women of childbearing-age in North Carolina suffer from one or more chronic diseases. About 13..
At their annual conference in Chapel Hill this week, school nurses were buzzing about having the right medications in schools to treat..
After years of steady decrease, North Carolina’s infant mortality rate went up for the second year in a row. By Rose Hoban More North..
Corporal punishment, once a standard behavioral tool in schools, is becoming less common in North Carolina. Teachers are now trained to use..
Last month, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists issued a warning about chemicals in consumer products and what those..
A Chatham County camp for all ranges of the autism spectrum provides a summer to remember for happy campers. This “classic”..