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‘Songs for the Forgotten’: A Memoir of Three Decades Healing Childhood Trauma

By Dan Shannon | October 28, 2020

Durham-based Dr. Julia W. Burns has worked as an adult, child and adolescent psychiatrist healing child neglect for more than 30 years

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Take the Walk-A-Bull Downtown Quiz!

By Durham Magazine | October 20, 2020
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Enter to Win Free Laser Hair Removal From Milan Laser

By Durham Magazine | September 22, 2020

The nation’s leading laser hair removal experts at Milan Laser Hair Removal dispel some common myths about ditching your razor.

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How to Get Your Health Back on Track

By Durham Magazine | August 31, 2020

You can’t transform your body overnight, but you can make better decisions that will drastically improve your health and happiness over time

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Wellness Experts Share Candid Discussion on the Effects of the Pandemic

By Morgan Weston | August 30, 2020

We asked five wellness and health care experts to join us for a candid discussion on how they’ve adapted in the face of a pandemic

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The Remarkable Rise and Ride of Rise’s Tom Ferguson

By Dan Shannon | August 29, 2020

If the answer is birding, what’s the question? When Tom Ferguson launched his first Rise Biscuits & Donuts outlet in 2012, it was the start of something big. Over the next few years, Tom – formerly of Durham Catering Co., Only Burger and other well-known Durham food ventures – and […]

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10 Reasons to Attend WellFest 2020

Push the Reset Button: 10 Reasons to Attend WellFest 2020

By Durham Magazine | August 4, 2020

Register today for WellFest 2020 – a virtual weekend focused on mental and physical wellness. In the early days of the coronavirus shutdown, we witnessed a spike in wellness motivation. But what happened to those people who were sharing their Sunday meal preps or latest yoga pose achievement on social […]

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Thriving on the Spectrum Founder Advocates for Autistic Children

By Marie Muir | July 22, 2020

By Marie Muir Illustration by Jillian Ohl Born and raised in Morehead City, North Carolina, Tracey found a home in Durham in 2004. She and her husband, Zack Hawkins, NC House Representative for District 31, their three sons – Zachari, 17, James Preston, 5, and Adam, 3 – and their 11-year-old golden retriever, Sophie, […]

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Stay Well and Spend Your Golden Years in Durham

By Durham Magazine Intern | June 26, 2020

Retirees are attracted to this area for its cost of living, world-class medical care, cultural events and opportunities for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Many are attracted to the rich diversity of Durham as well as the easy access to Duke hospitals and cultural outlets like Durham Performing Arts Center and […]

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Productivity in a Pandemic, Expectation vs. Reality

By Perri Kersh | April 22, 2020

Perri Kersh of Neat Freak Professional Organizing in Chapel Hill, works with people to help them get organized – and stay that way. Even in a pandemic.

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