Scientists find first evidence in humans that the innate system that enables us to flee danger may itself be dangerous to our cardiovascular health.
Enzyme arginase 1, known to help our liver get rid of ammonia, can also help repair and protect our retina.
An MCG lab has been designated to help with patient testing for a trial assessing the effectiveness of targeting cancer-causing gene changes rather than cancer type.
Getting leptin levels “just right” may provide cardiovascular protection.
Dr. Fernando L. Vale, vice chair of the Department of Neurosurgery and Brain Repair at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine, is the new chair of the Department of Neurosurgery at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta...
Home-based biofeedback therapy is effective option for tough-to-treat constipation.
Dr. Sharad Ghamande, executive vice chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, has been named department chair.
A family of cytokines or proteins secreted by immune cells become essential to recover our sense of taste after trauma.
MCG scientists find a group of large, triangular-shaped neurons, in two almond-shaped structures on either side of our brain, form cliques that help us enjoy the total food experience.
A member of a protein family known for protecting our cells also protects cancer cells in aggressive, metastatic breast cancer, scientists report.
MCG study published in Journal of Homosexuality shows twice the number of poor mental health days as the general population.
Dr. Doug Miller accepts critical new role on his return to MCG.
Correcting unhealthy molecular shifts as we age can result in healthier bone formation.
Searching for new ways to reduce the impact of mental stress on our physical well being.
New study sheds light on reducing recidivism for those found guilty by reason of insanity.
Dr. R. Clinton Webb will receive the 2018 Excellence Award for Hypertension Research.
Problems like obesity and alcoholism appear to chronically trigger in the liver a receptor known to amplify inflammation in response to invaders like bacteria, scientists report.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Dr. Bruce LeClair, Ollie O. McGahee Jr. M.D. Endowed Chair in Family Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, is the recipient of the Medical Association of Georgia’s 2018 Physician’s Award for Community...
A third-year resident at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University is working to increase colorectal screening rates in some of Georgia’s poorest and most underserved areas.
Higher levels of oxidative stress in males results in lower levels of a cofactor needed to make the powerful blood vessel dilator nitric oxide, researchers report.