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    High Point University invites the community to campus for a lineup of cultural events. The spring schedule includes a variety of speakers, art, music and theater performances.

      Hirsch Wellness Network in Greensboro has 32 classes scheduled for January that are free to cancer survivors and caregivers.

        Well-Spring Solutions is offering the following free programs geared toward the needs of family caregivers:

          Holiday travel can be hectic for just about everyone who does it, but it can be especially challenging for the 180,000 North Carolina residents living with Alzheimer’s. Even short trips to visit family and friends during the holidays can be stressful for people with Alzheimer’s and other dem…

          Pigskin for Hodgkins will host the fifth annual charity flag football game March 25 at Northwest Guilford High School, 5240 Northwest School Road in Greensboro. The nonprofit raises money for families going through a battle with childhood cancer and to fund Hodgkin’s Lymphoma research.

          The three walls surrounding a bathtub take a lot of abuse, especially if the bathroom serves a house of family members who bathe daily. Those conditions call for a hard-working, durable wall surface with the ability to withstand the moisture and continued use. Solid Surface is a manufactured material, made of acrylic resin, polyester resin or a combination of the...

          One of President Joe Biden’s nominees to a federal appeals court has generated rare concern from some Democrats and outside groups. They question the nominee's involvement in a legal brief defending a New Hampshire parental notification law, injecting the issue of abortion into the confirmation fight from an unexpected flank. Michael Delaney is nominated for the Boston-based 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Also sparking questions was Delaney's representation of a private boarding school sued over a sexual assault. New Hampshire's two Democratic senators support Delaney's confirmation. Up to four other Democrats in the closely divided Senate have reservations. Delaney said in written testimony to senators he did not write the 2005 brief.

          A U.S. District Court case is being widely followed because the judge’s decision could overturn the FDA’s approval of mifepristone two decades ago. With abortion rights polling well even in red states, anti-abortion activists are increasingly turning to the courts to achieve their aims.

          A team of volunteer specialist doctors has set up a mobile clinic in a cramped municipal building in a former front-line village in Ukraine. The clinic's front window is boarded up with plywood, but it's a lifeline for the residents. Access to specialist medical help was available only to those who could get to the city even before the war. But the village near the eastern Ukrainian city of Sloviansk did have a primary care doctor. A Ukrainian-Israeli volunteer medical organization has been running mobile clinics staffed with specialist doctors in villages and towns near the front lines or in recently retaken areas to help improve the situation.

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          Pigskin for Hodgkins will host the fifth annual charity flag football game March 25 at Northwest Guilford High School, 5240 Northwest School Road in Greensboro. The nonprofit raises money for families going through a battle with childhood cancer and to fund Hodgkin’s Lymphoma research.

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