LeBleu Donates to Cancer Patients
Cancer patients might make it through treatment a little easier thanks to LeBleu Enterprises. The company donated 190 cases of bottled water to Cone Health Cancer Centers
Do You Know These 3 Key Facts About Sickle Cell Disease?
Sickle cell disease (SCD) is an inherited condition that changes the shape of red blood cells, which can prevent oxygen from spreading effectively throughout your body. SCD can lead to serious symptoms like anemia, chronic pain, tissue damage and jaundice – but with proper care and treatment, people living with sickle cell disease can manage the condition and live long, healthy lives.
Returning to Sports After Knee Surgery
While the time it can take to return to sports after knee surgery varies, it is important to follow doctor’s orders, according to Stephen Lucey, MD, an orthopedic surgeon in Greensboro and member of the Cone Health Medical and Dental Staff.
Inside the Area’s Only COVID-19 Hospital
Could a place once dedicated to bringing new life into the world, become a place dedicated to keeping life from ending too soon?
Health Practices Earn Top Marks for Operations
A dozen Cone Health medical practices have been recognized as “better performers." This is because of superior operational performance vs similar practices nationwide.
Weight Loss Surgery: Jennifer Parker's Journey
“Today, after losing more than 100 lbs. in just over a year, I have a confidence and feeling of self-worth that’s completely different than what I’ve had for most of my life,” says Jennifer Parker, 41, of Kings Mountain. “I see such a positive shift in myself that it makes me sad for the old me.”
ED Nurses Win National Award
The Emergency Nurses Association has selected the work of two Cone Health MedCenter High Point emergency department nurses for their research related to pain control.
Flu and COVID-19: What You Need to Know
Cynthia Snider, MD, MPH, shares important information about this year’s flu season and COVID-19, with facts about flu shots and prevention strategies in this 2 Your Well-Being discussion with WFMY News 2.
Is it Safe to Return to the Hospital for Elective Orthopedic Surgery?
John L. Graves, MD, an orthopedic surgeon in Greensboro and member of the Cone Health Medical and Dental Staff, answers your questions on the safety of having an elective orthopedic surgery during COVID-19.
Cone Health Recognized for Excellence in Stroke Care
Cone Health hospitals receive awards from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association in recognition of their commitment to quality stroke care.