Artists Jerry Reid and Randy Boni have created a sculpture from an enormous fallen oak tree, a detailed piece that requires a walk, hike or horse ride down the Graylyn Multi-Use Trail in Umstead State Park in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Dr. David Hill says North Carolina law on childhood vaccinations should be made more restrictive to protect public health. Dr. Rosemary Stein says the law should be relaxed to protect personal preference.
Maren Caldwell, who volunteers with People Advocating Vaccine Education, a Charlotte-based nonprofit shares information with parents trying to decide whether to have their children injected with the 23 doses of vaccines now required for every kindergarten-age child in the state, plus six more needed for enrollment when the child gets to 7th grade.
A North Carolina man who was used in Army toxin tests in the 1960s thinks the government will defy court orders to tell thousands of veterans what they were exposed to and to provide medical care to those who need it.
Lee Brooke almost lost his nose after he was attacked by a bear in Wyoming in 2016 — but fast-acting doctors managed to keep his nose alive by attaching it to his arm. It might get reattached to his face next year.
The Army has begun notifying veterans who were used as test subjects for bio-chemical warfare agents they may be eligible for medical care. But critics say it isn’t trying hard enough to find people and still isn’t telling veterans what they were given in the tests.