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It's Time To Visit The Dentist!

Published by Deborah Massenburg / August 20, 2019

Children with their “little white choppers” are filling the hallways of our schools.

Forsyth County Department of Public Health Nurses Recognized as "Distinguished 100" in NC Public Health

Forsyth County Department of Public Health Nurses Recognized as "Distinguished 100" in NC

Published by Sarah Frantz Isom, MPH, CHES / August 13, 2019

Forsyth County Department of Public Health is proud to announce that four of our Public Health Nurses have been chosen as part of the “100 Distinguished NC Public Health Nurses,” awarded as part of the 100 Years of the Office of Public Health Nursing Centennial Celebrations.


June is All About the Fellas for Men Public Health

June is All About the Fellas for Men's Health Month 2019

Published by Sarah Frantz Isom, MPH, CHES / June 4, 2019

Anchored by a Congressional health education program, Men’s Health Month is celebrated across the country with screenings, health fairs, media appearances, and other health education and outreach activities.

Stepping Up Graduation Celebrates SUPER Women Public Health

Stepping Up Graduation Celebrates SUPER Women

Published by Todd Luck / May 14, 2019

The Stepping Up Process to End Recidivism (SUPER) celebrated its second graduation last week, honoring three women who’ve been committed to the recovery process and out of jail for at least a year.


Nurse-Family Partnership Holds Largest Graduation Ever Public Health

Nurse-Family Partnership Holds Largest Graduation Ever

Published by Todd Luck / January 25, 2019

Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) of Forsyth County celebrated its largest graduation ever with 27 mothers and 27 toddlers on Tuesday, January 22, at Forsyth Medical Center.

Minority Diabetes Prevention Program Expands Public Health

Minority Diabetes Prevention Program Expands

Published by Todd Luck / January 17, 2019

The North Carolina Minority Diabetes Prevention Program (NC MDPP) is starting more local cohorts to help people reduce their risk of type 2 diabetes, including a new one at Winston-Salem State University.

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