Medicare proposes covering expensive Alzheimer's drug for those in clinical trials
The Decade In Global Health: New Drugs, Faster Trials, Social Media To The Rescue
Giving Medicine To Young Children? Getting The Dose Right Is Tricky
Wake Forest, Winston-Salem State Receive Grant To Continue Concussion Research
Two Triad universities have received a grant to continue participating in the largest-ever study of sports-related concussions.
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Receives $8 Million Research Grant
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has received a new $8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.
Greensboro Medical Society Encourages Young Men Of Color To Pursue Medicine
A Greensboro-based group of doctors is visiting a local elementary school Wednesday to encourage black male students to consider a career in heath care.
Embracing A New Path: Annie Lowrie Alexander And The Practice Of Medicine
For the final installment of this month's series, “Her Voice: Revolutionary North Carolina Women,” we go back to the 19th Century, to a town just outside of Charlotte and a time before women had th
Wake Forest Baptist Under Scrutiny After Mishandling Cancer Cases
A Triad-area hospital is under review after an investigation showed three patients received unnecessary cancer treatments and a fourth had a cancer diagnosis delayed.
Natural Birthing Center Closes Due To Deaths Of 3 Newborns
A natural birthing center in North Carolina has stopped delivering babies after the deaths of three newborns in the past six months.