Public Health Joins My Carolina Today Lineup


If you are watching WNCN (NBC 17) during a weekday break or an early lunch, you may see someone from Durham County's Public Health department. Recently, My Carolina Today, WNCN’s lifestyles show, extended the opportunity to the Durham County Department of Public Health to have a reoccurring segment on the show. “When a show’s decision makers approach you about coming on more often, they like and trust the content you’re delivering to their viewers," said Eric Nickens, Jr., Public Health’s communications manager. "This allows us to further reinforce our commitment to providing information to enhance the health and well-being of Durham County’s residents.” Airing weekdays at 11:30 a.m., My Carolina Today is hosted by Valonda Calloway and Mike Morse. So, out of all of all of the surrounding counties, why did My Carolina Today pick Durham County? “Durham County is on top of health issues that matter to our audience,” says My Carolina Today host Valonda Calloway. “Whether it’s diabetes prevention, heart health, or dental hygiene, the Durham County Department of Public Health makes sure we know what deserves our attention. Representatives from the Durham County Department of Public Health Department are always responsive to our requests and work in a timely manner to help us bring engaging and fun health segments to the air.” Public Health’s segment on My Carolina Today airs on the second Monday of each month. If you’re not near a television, you can also find segment video and the show’s live stream at mycarolinatoday.com.



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