Investigators at the Medical College of Georgia and Augusta University Health System are exploring the potential of magnetic stimulation to help assess its efficacy and safety.
A coronavirus app coupled with machine intelligence will soon enable an individual to get an at-home risk assessment based on how they feel and where they’ve been in about a minute, and direct those deemed at risk to the nearest definitive testing...
Former sports journalist gets his life back thanks to a heart procedure done at Augusta University Health.
Whether elevated blood pressure early in life translates to increased risk of dementia is a question scientists are working to answer.
Can the coronavirus be contained? Infectious disease expert is available to share his expertise on the global health crisis.
Flu season got off to an early start – and that could be a good thing or a bad thing, says an infectious disease physician at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.
Dr. Neal L. Weintraub is the new chief of the Division of Cardiology in the MCG Department of Medicine.
Eight months of daily physical activity in previously inactive 8- to 11-year-olds who were obese or overweight improved cholesterol levels, aerobic fitness and percent body fat, but didn’t improve arterial stiffness, an early indicator of...
Dr. Vanessa Spearman-McCarthy has been recognized with the Pioneering Spirit Award.
The 11th annual Medical Scholars Research Day will showcase the research of 113 second-year medical students.
In the first assessment of syphilis rates among people with end stage renal disease, MCG investigators have found higher rates than that of the general population.
New MCG Division of Hospital Medicine will oversee inpatient care at AU Health.
Faculty from the Cardiovascular Center at the Medical College of Georgia and Augusta University Health have been invited to give presentations on building a structural heart program, which focuses on tissues and valves rather than blood vessels of...
A big way chemotherapy works is by prompting cancer cells to commit suicide, and scientists have found a pathway the most common lung cancer walks to avoid death.
In the face of obesity, the sex hormone progesterone that helps females get and stay pregnant appears to also put them at increased, early risk for cardiovascular disease, investigators report.
Heart muscle can continue to die even after restoring blood following a heart attack, and scientists have new evidence that one way to help it live is by boosting levels of a tiny RNA that helped the heart form.
Focusing on strengthening our muscles rather than losing fat may be a better way to protect ourselves from weight-related hazards like diabetes and cardiovascular disease, investigators say.
When it comes to advancing one's career as a doctor, the key is to find a mentor who can show you what it takes to succeed professionally.
The interdisciplinary Southern Section of the AFMR, which includes 13 states, Puerto Rico, the West Indies and Central and South America, works to promote research and foster mentorship of junior faculty and residents to ensure the future of medical...
A nationally and internationally known cardiologist has been named chair of MCG's largest department.