CDC Reports: Most US middle and high schools start the school day too early

With classes set to resume later this month, finding time for sufficient sleep will become a challenge for your school-age […]
By QCity Metro Staff | August 12, 2015

Southern food tied to heart disease

By Andrew M. Seaman (Reuters Health) – People who like fried food, sweet tea and other foods synonymous with Southern […]
By QCity Metro Staff | August 11, 2015

Kallan and Katrina Louis: Qcity Newcomers

They lived in South Florida but were looking to make a fresh start. Charlotte won out.
By QCity Metro Staff | August 7, 2015

Study: Sudden cardiac arrest more likely in African Americans

By Reuters Wire Service – July 21, 2015 By Andrew M. Seaman (Reuters Health) – Black Americans are more likely […]
By QCity Metro Staff | July 21, 2015

Who Can I Turn To? Navigating the Mental Healthcare Maze

By Sonyia Richardson – July 8, 2015 When you need help for life stressors, anxieties and depressive symptoms, accessing it […]
By By Sonyia Richardson, UNC Charlotte | July 8, 2015

Knight Foundation gives $1.5 million to revitalize Northwest Corridor

By Katherine Peralta | The Charlotte Observer The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation is investing $1.5 million over […]
By QCity Metro Staff | June 30, 2015

In North Carolina, prostate cancer attacks black men at a startling rate

By Jay Price and Karen Garloch | The Charlotte Observer In 1997, Halifax Community College math instructor Wendell Perry was […]
By QCity Metro Staff | June 3, 2015

An audacious goal for Munro Richardson

As the new executive director of Read Charlotte, he may have the most challenging job in all of Mecklenburg County.
By QCity Metro Staff | May 29, 2015

Eric Benet and Salvation & Deliverance

See videos of what you may have missed during CIAA week.

By QCity Metro Staff | March 4, 2011