Diabetes: Facts you should know in the era of Covid-19
By eating right and keeping your body active, diabetes can be avoided and even sent into remission.
By GlennOaks Media | November 25, 2020
How these health entrepreneurs continue to serve up wellness despite pandemic challenges
Three small-business owners in the health sector shed light on a challenging 2020, in the final part of Black Power Moves.
By Kallan Louis | August 31, 2020
JCSU a ‘ghost town’ for remaining students on campus
Most students left for an extended spring break. Others have until March 30 to vacate campus.
By Emiene Wright | March 19, 2020
“Black don’t crack,” but it can
Melanin plays a role in how our skin ages, but more women in their 30s are seeking out anti-aging cosmetic procedures.
By Nakisha Washington | December 4, 2019
Another accolade for Village HeartBEAT
The Mecklenburg County program that works with local churches to address health disparities in Black and Latino communities won a "Best Practice Award" during the Healthy Churches conference held last week in Charlotte.
By Glenn Burkins | November 26, 2019
Burnout is real, and it’s affecting people younger and faster
Some experts link medical conditions like depression to burnout, and it's on the rise.
By Nakisha Washington | November 18, 2019
Black Girls RUN! brings Sweat With Your Sole conference to Charlotte
The three-day conference will gather a nationwide community of runners to encourage a healthy lifestyle for women.
By Crystal Marie | August 21, 2019
‘Real men’ do care for their health; witness these two
On average, men in the U.S. die about five years earlier than women of the same age. Worldwide, that disparity […]
By QCity Metro Staff | June 28, 2019
For National HIV Testing Day, Mecklenburg health department and providers offer free screenings
Mecklenburg County Public Health, Atrium Health and Novant Health are teaming up to provide access to free HIV screenings, resources and services.
By Katrina Louis | June 26, 2019