Cary, NC – There is a lot to love about Summer, but as we get closer to the warm, wet weather, there are also some natural risks that start to arise, both for humans and your pets. Read more
Cary, NC – Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer, with one in five Americans developing skin cancer by age 70 according to the American Cancer Society. A Cary-based health non-profit is helping people detect skin cancer early, with plans for the largest skin cancer screening in the world. Read more
Cary, NC – A thin yellow fog has enveloped the Triangle for another season but pollen can cause more problems than just a dirty windshield or a pungent smell. Here are some tips on how to protect yourself from pollen. Read more
Cary, NC – As the weather starts to warm up in the Spring, it can mean many things for traffic patterns. More cars can be seen on the roads in warmer weather – not just because it’s nicer driving weather but also because more people tend to go on vacation during these months as they celebrate Spring break.
In addition to the roads being packed with traveling college students and families, spring break often means far more alcohol consumption than usual. It isn’t unheard of for people to drive to and from the beach or bar after drinking, so it’s incredibly important to remain alert behind the wheel. Read more
Cary, NC – February is American Heart Month, a time for Americans to focus on their cardiovascular well-being. As part of that effort, Orangetheory Fitness in West Cary is holding a special workout session to raise money for the American Heart Association. Read more
Cary, NC – We are now in flu season as more and more cases are being tracked not just in North Carolina but across the country. Learn about the influenza in the region currently, as well as ways to stay healthy and safe. Read more
Story originally appeared on FoodCary.
Cary, NC – We are one month into the new year and many of those New Year’s Resolutions have gone right out the window haven’t they? You were going to get organized, be more focused and maybe drop a few pounds, right? How about a simple goal? One that we adopted this year: to eat more healthfully. Read more
Cary, NC – With Black History Month starting this weekend, we’re sharing the story of one Cary resident who was a part of local history as the first African-American woman to be chief of Duke Outpatient Pharmacy and her experiences. Read more