Children’s Emergency Department Medical Director Amy Griffin shares safety tips with WNCN. Missed the story on TV? Watch it here.
The following blog was contributed by Michael Gruman, attorney Yates McLamb Weyher, LLP, and an avid runner planning to participate in Saturday’s Scrub Run. WakeMed Scrub Run event planners asked me to run the route and report back to help other participants prepare for Saturday’s race. I typically run five to eight miles about three times […]
This event has been postponed until further notice. Join us for Raleigh’s most unique outdoor dinner party – at a themed table decorated by you. It’s a fun, new fundraising event – Dinner in the Village, which will benefit WakeMed Children’s. Here’s how it works… Gather your friends, tap into your inner child, and come […]
We recently celebrated the 40 years Dr. David Ingram practiced medicine at WakeMed. The program included eight speakers and lasted for over an hour. To say Dr. Ingram will be missed in his retirement by students, staff, patients, peers and everyone else he has come in contact with during his remarkable career is an understatement. It […]
Are you growing summer squash? Farmer Lisa Sluder from Raleigh City Farm reminds us to make family time in the mornings to enjoy the beautiful squash blossoms while they are open. Take a Closer Look There will be male and female squash blossoms. Sometimes the males bloom first and are more abundant. You may see […]
The threat of frost has almost passed making it the perfect time to get those summer and fall veggie seeds and plants into the ground. The newest issue of WakeMed Families First magazine is hot off the presses and includes a great article all about different kinds of squash – when to plant it, how to […]
Nearly 800 participants are registered for the WakeMed Scrub Run 5K/10K tomorrow, Saturday, September 29th. Help us reach our goal of 1,000 runners. Lace up your sneakers, and join us for a fun-filled run/walk down Fayetteville Street Mall, onto Hillsborough Street and back. View the course maps here. Look forward to seeing you there.
The Triangle Business Journal (TBJ) honored 25 local professionals this year with Health Care Hero Awards, including four from WakeMed. All four WakeMed finalists – Susan Evans, Rosemary Kenny, Dr. Duncan Phillips and Tiffany Young – won in their respective categories. The winners were announced on Thursday, March 22 at a special dinner at the […]
WakeMed pediatrician Dr. Travis Honeycutt spoke with WRAL this week about the use of probiotics in recovering from the contagious norovirus. Symptoms of norovirus include: Nausea Vomiting Diarrhea Stomach Cramps Combating Norovirus with Probiotics Probiotics is a healthy bacteria that normally lives in the intestine and can be found as dietary supplements. They combat the […]