Sarah Sneed, an EBCI tribal member from the Birdtown community who earned her law degree at Harvard Law School, will visit the Western Carolina University campus Wednesday, Sept. 2, to deliver the sixth annual Public Lecture on Indian Health.
Western Carolina University recently joined 19 North Carolina universities, colleges, organizations and health agencies in the creation of a new statewide alliance designed to increase minority representation in the health professions.
“Welcome to our jungle” was the repeated theme recently heard by third and fifth grade students at Cherokee Elementary School.
Western Carolina University’s School of Nursing and its Nursing Network-Careers in Technology Mentoring Program will host their second annual nursing diversity conference in Asheville on Friday, April 24.
Water functions in all your body’s systems.
I remember growing up and my mom saying: “Clean your plate, there are starving children in China.”
Unlike calcium, vitamin D, iron and fiber, which often are consumed in inadequate amounts, sodium is commonly over-consumed.
Every day in the United States, nearly 4,000 kids try their first cigarette.
Did you know that energy is all around us?