Karlton Tate

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Healing Justice helps those harmed by wrongful convictions

Founded in Chapel Hill, the nonprofit organization Healing Justice aims to help those suffering from wrongful convictions and spread awareness about the problem. "By bringing people together for the weekend, they get to expand their family and support system with people that really get it, because most people just don’t get it." 


Photo Illustration. Although traditional cigarette use has fallen in the past decade among young people in North Carolina, the rise in popularity of e-cigarettes has presented a new challenge for health officials. 

Why vaping in Orange County may be worse for you than you think

E-cigarettes and vaporizers have become increasingly popular among younger demographics; however, officials worry that users are unaware of major health threats. Even though use of traditional cigarettes has declined over the past decade, tobacco usage among young people has increased in the past five years, prompting officials to fund a campaign to raise awareness of the health risks associated with these devices. The campaign, Vision 2020, is targeting signage and education within the North Carolina Public School System in an attempt to drive down e-cigarette usage.