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.
Dr. Esteban Celis recently spoke on the future of cancer treatments and if a vaccine against cancer would ever be possible.
The Zika virus made global headlines on a daily basis in 2015 and 2016. Now, the virus is barely talked about and is circulating at a much lower level.
"The emotional burden of hay fever can be huge for adolescents" said Michael Blaiss, and allergist at Medical College of Georgia.
Broc Everett, a senior at Augusta University, earned his first collegiate tournament win on the first playoff hole at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Okla.
In celebration of National Nurses Week, May 6-12, Associate Professor at the Augusta University College of Nursing Dr. Beth NeSmith recently spoke to Carl Thornton, Jr. on WTBH...
See how one family has been impacted by the Children's Hospital of Georgia over the last 20 years.
A student proposal called Bridging the Gap wants to help the homeless by hosting a dinner at the Fifth Street Bridge.
The article follows the Peach Belt’s first quarterfinal match, which showed a match-up between Augusta University and Georgia Southwestern.
"It's potentially a really safe way to treat inflammatory disease," said Dr. Paul O'Connor, the study’s co-author from the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.
How Children's Hospital of Georgia is uniquely suited to provide the care kids need.
Workforce projections estimate that by the year 2022 there will be a 1.8 million cyber security workforce gap in the United States.
Augusta University's Director of Career Services offers her expertise to those starting the job-hunt.
Melissa Furman details the need for new workers for new kinds of jobs as well as the need to replace those in the baby boom generation who are getting ready to retire.
In research funded by the National Cancer Institute, scientists at the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University found that manipulated T cells can be used to target liver...
Robots are entering the operating room, but there’s no need to panic.