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N.C. pediatricians gear up for giving COVID-19 shots to infants, toddlers

Christoph Diasio, a Southern Pines pediatrician and president of the North Carolina Pediatric Society, was thrilled on Tuesday as COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as 6 months old were being distributed across the state.

A loose coalition of community leaders has formed in hopes of bringing millions of dollars to Cumberland County to increase the number of sexual assault nurse examiners in the region.

Modular home builder expansion to bring 182 jobs to southeastern NC

A modular and manufactured home builder is expanding to southeastern North Carolina, bringing in 182 jobs over the next five years. Champion Home Builders, which is a subsidiary of Skyline …

In the proposed state spending plan that Gov. Roy Cooper released on Wednesday, he not only makes another push for Medicaid expansion but also recommends making a $45 million investment into North Carolina's health care workforce.

By the end of summer, a handful of nursing students at Fayetteville State University will have started taking courses on how to care for sexual assault survivors. It’s a small start but …

Study: Possible link between 'forever chemicals' and diabetes in middle-aged women

Study: Possible link between “forever chemicals” and diabetes in middle-aged women by Will Atwater, North Carolina Health News April 26, 2022 By Will Atwater Eastern North Carolina …

RALEIGH — Federal and state officials gathered Thursday to provide an update on North Carolina’s efforts to test thousands of backlogged rape kits and how to address the state’s …

The Gray’s Creek community in Cumberland County could receive federal funding to help address the GenX contamination of some residential wells.

What governments are doing to bring high-speed fiber internet to rural NC

When COVID-19 transformed day-to-day life over two years ago, people across North Carolina were suddenly forced to work and learn remotely to curb the spread of a contagious, deadly virus.

The best care for sexual assault victims comes from nurses trained to help victims process their trauma and collect evidence of the attack against them. These trained nurses, called Sexual Assault …

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