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Keep up-to-date on the latest lifestyle news from Richmond County

PEMBROKE — UNC Pembroke and the town of Pembroke will team up Thursday to continue a tradition that began in 1989.
HAMLET — Kassandra Schuhmann, DPT, has joined Janet Harris-Hicks, M.D., FACOG, FPMRS, and Alexandria P. Ross, FNP-C, at FirstHealth Urogynecology located at 108 Endo Lane, Suite 1, in Hamlet.
Thursday, 19 September 2019 22:41

COLUMN: Exploring the Sandhills Game Lands

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In the northern parts of Richmond and Scotland counties lies more than 60,000 acres of the Sandhills Game Land. This land was part of a bigger purchase of land by the federal government in the early part of the 20th century. Over a half million acres of sandy poor land…
ROCKINGHAM — FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital-Richmond is pleased to welcome general surgeon Bailey Sanders, M.D. to FirstHealth General Surgery in Rockingham. Dr. Sanders joins surgeons Fabian Alzamora, M.D., Willy Chu, M.D., Amelia Jeyapalan, M.D., and Reid Vegeler, M.D.
ASHEBORO — Yepani, a grizzly bear who has lived at the North Carolina Zoo for 25 years and was known for his gentle and patient personality, died Wednesday, Sept. 18.
Thursday, 19 September 2019 15:22

Rock of Ages combines fun and fitness

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ROCKINGHAM — Between the music and laughter at FirstHealth Fitness-Richmond on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, it can sometimes be difficult to tell where the fun stops and the exercise starts.
PINEHURST – FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital has been named one of America's 100 Great Community Hospitals, according to a study released in July by Becker's Hospital Review.
PEMBROKE — A surprise $20,000 donation to the Museum of the Southeast American Indian brought tears to the eyes of its director, Nancy Strickland Fields.
ROCKINGHAM — In an effort to promote the overall health and wellbeing of the community it serves, FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital-Richmond invites residents of Richmond county and surrounding areas to participate in the 37th Annual Wellness Screening event.
PINEHURST — One in every eight Americans over the age of 60 has Peripheral Arterial Disease. In all, PAD affects as many as 12 million people in the United States. Slightly more men than women have the disease. Due to the prevalence of PAD, September was named Peripheral Arterial Disease…
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