A new study reinforces a close association between insomnia, more suicidal thoughts and actions and increased problems like anxiety and depression in people with schizophrenia, providing more evidence that keeping tabs on how patients are sleeping —...
Patients with a high number of genes most associated with pathways that lead to cell death in lung cancer are at increased risk of dying early from their disease, researchers report.
Covering the Masters? Augusta University has a variety of news stories to consider.
Georgia Sen. Raphael Warnock visited Augusta University on Monday to tour the Georgia Cyber Center and learn about AU's efforts with the COVID-19 vaccine and initiatives to improve rural health.
In honor of World Voice Day, an Augusta University Health voice disorder expert offers tips to keep your vocal cords strong and healthy.
“A curious nature can either get you into trouble or annoy those around you. The trick is to find those along the way who encourage your inquisitiveness and foster an environment to fulfill the desire to know more."
The theme of this year’s awareness and impact campaign is “Growing a Better Tomorrow for All Children, Together.”
New gene editing technology, prime editing, snips only a single strand of the double-stranded DNA. CRISPR makes double-strand cuts, which can be lethal to cells, and produces unintended edits at both the work site as well as randomly across the...
The video features photos and videos from health care systems, first responders, universities and nonprofits from Georgia, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Montana, New York, Minnesota and Wyoming, to name a few.
More than 800 farm workers in South Carolina received their first vaccine shot on March 13. They are scheduled to receive their second dose in April.
Dr. Patricia Molina, head of the Department of Physiology at LSU Health New Orleans, has been selected as the special guest speaker for the Virendra B. Mahesh Lectureship at the Medical College of Georgia at 10 a.m. April 15 via WebEx.
As the name implies, induced pluripotent stem cells can become any type of cell in our body, and scientists have evidence that when they prompt them to become muscle progenitor cells they can help restore the sometimes debilitating muscle loss that...
Augusta University's Dr. Satish S.C. Rao will be interviewed on SiriusXM's Doctor Radio at 8 a.m. Monday, March 22.
When COVID-19 forced medical students out of classrooms and clinical rotations, faculty and staff at the Medical College of Georgia provided an online platform for learning about the pandemic.
Daniel Adamkiewicz, a second-year medical student at the Medical College of Georgia, along with other students in his cohort, ran an inaugural case competition to study value deficits and its impact on quality of care, resources and stewardship.
This week on "In The Wild," Raysean Ricks and Kiara Heffner kick the podcast off with a new segment called “Wild Topics,” where the two have intriguing conversations on academics, professional and personal life as well as trending news.
Dr. Brian K. Stansfield, a neonatologist and federally funded investigator at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University and the Children’s Hospital of Georgia, has been named vice chair for research in the MCG Department of Pediatrics.
Dr. Sharon Beall, a pediatrician who specializes in the care of children who are living with life-limiting conditions, is the new medical director for the Pediatric Palliative Care and Hospice Program at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia.
Students have drawn praise from the coordinator for taking time out of their schedules to be "blanketeers."
CBD normalizes levels and function of two proteins - TREM2 and IL-33 - key to reducing the accumulation of beta-amyloid plaque, a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease, and improves cognition as it also reduces levels of the immune protein IL-6...