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In Case You Missed It: Friday, February 3, 2017 was National Wear Red Day.

Novant Health, the City of Winston-Salem and the American Heart Association joined forces to help raise awareness about heart disease and stroke at our annual Go Red for Women breakfast. #HeartMonth 

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Cindy Soots uses her gift of painting to brighten the day of patients recovering at Novant Health. 

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More women will die from heart disease each year than all forms of cancer combined.

Learn how cardiovascular disease can be prevented with proper diet and exercise during Heart Month. #HeartMonth 

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Not all patient outcomes are positive. Some situations are beyond the care team’s control, but the impact nurses can have on families during these crises is immeasurable. Here's one story from the Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center ICU. 

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Patients may not be aware of the gratification health care providers experience when people they have cared for make dramatic recoveries. Dr. Laurie McWilliams shares one such story. 

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Even the youngest of children can have heart conditions such as irregular heart beat that can lead to cardiac arrest. Here is the story of one such little boy and how his pediatric cardiologist has helped him live a normal life. 

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It’s never too late to quit. See how our new tobacco cessation program is improving recovery for cancer. 

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Dr. Nena Lekwauwa, a psychiatrist at Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center and native of Nigeria, has been helping the underserved people of her home country for 12 years now.

In 2002, she and a group of other medical practitioners started a small clinic in the community of Abiriba where they would spend a month each year. Witnessing the need of these people who would have no medical care otherwise, the group has since expanded its mission and built a permanent clinic.
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