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PTSD: What Happens When Violence Goes Viral

By Angela Lindsay The videos are graphic and chilling. For a stretch, it seemed that almost daily images of African Americans being injured and killed were captured on social media and broadcast across the news. With all of this violence regularly streaming directly into our collective consciousness, many African Americans are feeling increased levels of stress and anxiety.…

Pearls of Hope 

By Eren Simpson Photo courtesy of Marissa Joy Kaplan Photography What started as a weekly women’s bible study among friends has evolved into a nonprofit organization that’s expanding its reach beyond the members’ living rooms. In 2013, Katrina McCain and her friends were all attending different churches when they all felt the need for female fellowship opportunities.…

At the Helm of Health Care: Meet the New Head at CHS

  By Angela Lindsay Embracing challenge is nothing new for Eugene A. Woods. He’s fluent in Spanish, is an accomplished guitar player and climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro several years ago. His latest challenge? Bringing 24 years of health care leadership experience to Carolinas HealthCare System as its new president and chief executive officer.…