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Men’s Health: Low Testosterone

Testosterone is a hormone the body produces in both men and women, although men have much higher levels. As some men get older, the amount of testosterone their body produces can start to decrease, causing fatigue, poor concentration, inability to build muscle and/or a decrease in libido. These can be signs of other illnesses as well, which is why it is important to talk with your provider if you consistently experience these symptoms. Testing a man’s testosterone levels is fairly […]


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A family first: Greensboro teen who came to the Triad not knowing a word of English is headed to a four-year college

GREENSBORO, N.C. — At seven years old Po Rmah arrived in Greensboro from Vietnam. Her parents brought their seven kids to the Triad to escape religious persecution. Po got enrolled at Bessemer Elementary without knowing a word of English. “It was very scary, very confusing I just did a lot of observing,” she said. Teachers used pictures with words under them to help Po learn and understand what they were talking about in class. Eventually she learned the English language, […]

Vehicle goes up in flames at Greensboro Burger King

GREENSBORO, N.C. — An SUV went up in flames outside a Burger King in Greensboro on Tuesday. The fire happened at the Burger King on South Holden Road around 6 p.m. No injuries were reported. Investigators don’t think the fire was suspicious and believe a mechanical is problem is to blame. The vehicle is a total loss.

Out of the Garden Project provides mobile meals to those in need in Guilford County

GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Out of the Garden Project Director Don Milholin said he’s noticed the lines grow longer at the various distribution locations for mobile meals. Tuesday’s distribution was at Mustard Seed Community Health along South English Street. The produce, pizza, bread and meats are all collected from various grocers and restaurants. “They’ll be going home with at least 15 pounds of meat, that’s pretty rare because meat tends to be expensive. We’re very fortunate to have an abundance of […]