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Tuesday, April 13, 2021
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First heat wave has people, pets looking for ways to stay cool

With the first true heat wave of the season here, people were working up a sweat. On days this hot, heat-related illnesses like cramps, exhaustion or strokes can strike.

Humpday Health: Try out a juice cleanse for health benefits

Cleansing the body with organic fruit and vegetable juices has been popular for a few years now and you can get involved at Clean Juice in Wilmington.

Humpday Health: New Fun with Fitness events in Brunswick County

Brunswick County Health Services has a new initiative, to get kids and their families active and thinking about nutrition.

Humpday Health: May is Stroke Awareness Month

It's Stroke Awareness Month in the United States. Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the country, but in New Hanover County, it ranks third.

Humpday Health: Learn how to play pickleball at Wrightsville Beach

A game that started as an improvised version of badminton is taking over the Cape Fear. Pickleball lessons are now being offered by Wrightsville Beach Parks and Recreation.

Humpday Health: Tennis lessons being offered in Wrightsville Beach

They may not be as prestigious as Wimbledon, but the tennis courts at Wrightsville Beach Park will work just fine if you want to hit that fuzzy yellow ball.

Humpday Health: Getting involved with clinical research

Healthcare professionals determine the safety and effectiveness of new treatments through clinical research studies.

Humpday Health: What to do if you are affected by shingles

Have you ever had chicken pox? Well, you could be at risk to develop shingles when you get older.

Humpday Health: Get your groove on at Dancin’ In The Park

The YMCA is partnering with NHRMC to bring the beat to the Northside. Dancin' In The Park is all about promoting physical activity and healthy living.

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NCDHHS discusses the North Carolina impacts from the Johnson & Johnson vaccine

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services held a press conference today to discuss the recent reports of rare blood clots related to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. 

Local reaction to Johnson and Johnson vaccine hold

The CDC and FDA recommended a pause on the Johnson and Johnson vaccine Tuesday morning. According to both, the vaccine has been connected to six cases of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis.

Lewis Strawberry Nursery & Farm begins strawberry picking season

After months of anticipation, the Lewis Strawberry Nursery now has thousands of ripe red strawberries ready for you to pick and enjoy. 

Cape Fear seeing a major rise in high-end home sales

The Cape Fear experienced a major rise in luxury home sales towards the end of 2020, and the market boom is showing no sign of slowing down any time soon.