For Durham’s direct primary care providers, it’s all about time

By Uma Bhat

April 29, 2024

Monday, April 29, 2024 By Uma Bhat Dr. Kenneth Stone serves a little more than 200 patients at his primary care practice off Highway 501. It’s a fraction of the more than 1,000 patients most primary care doctors serve. As large hospital systems like Duke Health absorb private practices and insurance companies exert more control […]

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Q&A: At Embodi Hydration & Wellness nurse, Dr. Janze Taylor hopes to serve more community health needs

By Nayeli Jaramillo-Plata

April 14, 2024

Sunday, April 14, 2024 By Nayeli Jaramillo-Plata Dr. Janze Taylor founded Embodi Hydration & Wellness, an alternative health and wellness spa in Durham two years ago. Taylor also is a nurse practitioner who works full time with Duke Health. Embodi Hydration & Wellness offers intravenous hydration and vitamins as well as weight loss services. This […]

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Durham man turns to community to rally support for kidney transplant

By Stella Griffin

March 7, 2024

In 2007, Raymond was diagnosed with Focal Segmental Glomerculosis (FSGS), a rare kidney disease that creates scar tissue around the kidneys and prevents them from filtering toxins from the blood. This  led to kidney failure for Raymond. He is in desperate need of a kidney transplant to live.

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EDCI Zumba classes get Durham parents moving to new rhythms

By Carl Kenney

October 21, 2013

For one hour each week, parents in East Durham who struggle to find time to exercise don’t have to juggle parenting with working out. EDCI (East Durham Children’s Initiative) began a series of Zumba dance classes on Oct. 1 for parents whose families live in East Durham, but anyone based in the area is welcome […]

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