Zumba Teacher

How A Zumba Class Is Changing the Lives of Older Adults

By Brooke Spach | August 25, 2022

Zumba classes offer students physical activity made fun and opportunities to connect with others in the community.

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Aesthetic Solutions

What Is Prejuvenation and Why Should I Do It?

By Chapel Hill Magazine | July 12, 2022

Dr. Sue Ellen Cox talks prejuvenation – the latest buzzword in the aesthetic field – and how the anti-aging strategy is all about non-invasive treatments

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Shekinah Elmore

How ‘Patch Adams’ Inspired This Radiation Oncologist’s Career Path 

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | July 7, 2022

Dr. Shekinah Elmore draws on her personal experience and medical expertise to better the lives of patients during difficult times

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Carolina Community Garden

A Glimpse Into an Oasis Feeding UNC Housekeepers and Their Families

By James Dupree | June 22, 2022

Carolina Community Garden has provided nourishment for more than a decade to multiple generations of families, many of whom are Burmese refugees

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Alice Chuang

Training Doctors, Delivering Babies: Dr. Alice Chuang’s Job Is All About Nurture

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | June 1, 2022

The assistant dean for student affairs at UNC School of Medicine makes it her mission to spark joy for the students whose shoes she once filled

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book advocating kidney donations

What You Should Know About Living Kidney Donations

By Renee Ambroso | March 30, 2022

Two Chapel Hillians co-authored a book offering life-changing advice for past and potential kidney donors

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Congruence Counseling Group

Carrboro Counselors Create a Space to Serve Diverse Community

By James Dupree | March 16, 2022

Congruence Counseling Group aims to connect patients with mental health providers who value and understand different cultures

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Local Family Leads Efforts to Establish a Pediatric Rehabilitation Program

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | March 7, 2022

The family behind Fitch Lumber & Hardware is on a mission to make pediatric rehabilitation care available to all local children, including their son

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Sam Nelson, blood clot survivor

Former Division I Athlete’s Debilitating Pain Led Her to Blood Clot Awareness

By Renee Ambroso | January 10, 2022

Sam Nelson’s own health scare drives her passion to support other blood clot survivors

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Djina Alicante-Steusse, pictured above, and Nell Laton became pen pals last year and emailed each other regularly, connecting over travel – getting to visit new places and cultures – and playing basketball.

Local Middle Schoolers and Adults Become Unlikely Pen Pals

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | November 16, 2021

Chapel Hill middle schoolers and older adults write to each other to combat pandemic loneliness.

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