Children with heart defects find camaraderie at camp
Children and teens with complex congenital heart defects learned about Latino culture at Camp Don Lee in Arapahoe during the ninth annual Camp WholeHeart in October. Twenty-seven campers from eastern North Carolina enjoyed the theme, "La fiesta de nuestros corazones/The fiesta of our hearts,"with activities including piñata and worry doll making, dance and cultural lessons. Read more...
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ECU physicians named to annual Best Doctors list
Forty-nine physicians from the Brody School of Medicine have been chosen by their peers for inclusion in the 2014 "Best Doctors in America" list. Approximately 5 percent of the physicians who practice in the United States make the annual list. A partial list of the state's best doctors will be in the December issue of "Business North Carolina" magazine. Read more...
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Keeping waistlines in check during the holidays
For anyone who cringes at the thought of all of the parties, cookie exchanges, and buffet-laden meals that have filled the December calendar, East Carolina University associate profesor of nutrition science Dr. Kimberly Myers laid out her top tips for making it through the holiday season guilt — and extra pounds — free. Read more...
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Nursing staff, faculty bring cheer to senior adults
Staff and faculty from the College of Nursing are bringing cheer to senior adults this holiday season. More than a dozen faculty and staff decorated 13 wreaths and 26 stockings for residents at Golden Living Center in Greenville during a fall community service day on Nov. 1. They also raised funds to provide a gift card for a family in need. Read more...
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