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What’s the big whoop about whooping cough?

Whooping cough or pertussis is characterized by a cough where the infected person makes a loud “whoop” sound after coughing.  Whooping cough is generally known as “a disease of childhood” because children tend to (but do not always) make a distinguishable “whooping” sound when coughing.  But whooping cough affects adults and children alike. So, what’s […]

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Thanks for the New Children’s Emergency Department Art

Thanks to the creativity and brushstrokes of Ravenscroft faculty and students, the WakeMed Children’s Emergency Department hallways now have an “Under the Sea” theme to welcome its young patients. Ravenscroft Upper School students designed and painted a new mural for the Children’s Emergency Department ambulance entrance hallway.  Ravenscroft Middle School art students painted 40 sea […]

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