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A recent piece in Georgia Trend discusses Georgia’s place in the rapidly growing cybersecurity industry.
Anyone looking for a healthy digestive system has come across probiotics, but they might not be the saving grace you’re thinking.
Mold is found everywhere. Could it be the reason for your runny nose and itchy eyes?
Retirement is a joy many look forward to, but location and everyday costs may play a role in picking the best option.
Augusta University Health has managed to lower its operating costs and see more patients this fiscal year.
Dr. Ali Arbab has been studying ways to attack Glioblastoma, a rare and lethal disease, for decades.
Andy Yurechko, a registered dietitian at Augusta University, lent his expertise to Insider as they covered the new "military diet."
Dale Peeples recently contributed to an article by Univision Noticias detailing the thoughts behind viral and dangerous online challenges.
Fodor’s Travel Guide ranked Augusta the 9th Cutest Main Street in a Small(er) City the United States. But there’s much more to the Garden City than Broad Street.
A recent article from The Guardian discusses how hope for Afghan peace is being threatened by the escalation of attacks by the Islamic State.
Did you know that talking on a plane can damage your voice?
Andy Yurechko lends his expertise to 'Men's Health' as they cover paleo and keto diets.
“There’s a need for greater talent and learning technology for the threat that is constantly changing,” said Calvin Rhodes, executive director of the Georgia Technology Authority...
Augusta University was recently mentioned in Politico’s ‘Morning Cybersecurity.’
Researchers at the Georgia Cancer Center and Department of Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University are testing a new way to fight cancer: ‘force-feeding’...
The 13th Annual Costa Layman Health Fair is an interdisciplinary effort among faculty, students and volunteers
Julie Moretz was recently recognized in Managed Healthcare Executive for her work bringing patients and families into all aspects of the business.
“If you look at headache as a disease, more than 10 percent of the world's population suffers from chronic, recurrent, disabling headaches,” said Dr. Ned Pruitt.