It’s been 25 years since Ardell Howard’s kidney transplant, and she credits AU Health and, of course, her kidney for giving her a new lease on life.
Two new division chiefs have been named in the Department of Pediatrics at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.
New study sheds light on reducing recidivism for those found guilty by reason of insanity.
Dr. Ali Arbab has been studying ways to attack Glioblastoma, a rare and lethal disease, for decades.
Since AU Health's first transplant in 1968, the medical center continues providing one of the best transplantation programs in the nation.
Dr. R. Clinton Webb will receive the 2018 Excellence Award for Hypertension Research.
Bill Andrews, chair of Medical Illustration at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, was recently awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award.
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 Service. The award recognizes one physician each year...
Dale Peeples recently contributed to an article by Univision Noticias detailing the thoughts behind viral and dangerous online challenges.
Dr. Bruce LeClair receives 2018 Physician's Award for Community Service.
The grant will fund the Augusta Area Comprehensive Offender Re-entry Program, which partners with existing local organizations to integrate people back into their communities.
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.
Probiotic use is a link between brain fogginess, severe bloating
Did you know that talking on a plane can damage your voice?
Investigators report a manmade antibody delivering a drug that inhibits inflammation can reverse a disease course that often leads to kidney failure.
New target is an apparent triple threat to pneumonia.
Four MCG students are looking to change the future of healthcare. They need your vote to do it.
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