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University of Georgia researchers have developed a simple technique to measure an individual's visual processing speed—the speed at which an individual can comprehend visual information—in order to identify whether or not they may have cognitive issues.
The stigma of having and treating mental health problems must give way to an integrated educational and health care model that embraces recovery, experts say.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Augusta University students will honor 162 individuals who have donated their body to health sciences education at the annual Body Donor Memorial Service at 1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 13, in the Natalie and Lansing B. Lee Jr. Auditorium of the AU Auditoria Center.
Athens, Ga. - The Carnegie Library Learning Center, an electronic library and learning commons to serve the University of Georgia Health Sciences Campus, opened Nov. 2. The library will be open Mondays through Thursdays from noon to 6 p.m. and on Sundays 4 to 10 p.m.
Weight and physical activity levels are both factors in a child’s ability to acquire and use knowledge, a new study finds.
UGA to use $2.1 million grant to study effects of feeding wildlife at public parks.
The American College of Emergency Physicians and the National Disaster Life Support Foundation, based at the Medical College of Georgia, Tuesday announced an agreement to greatly enhance the level of disaster training available to emergency medical personnel.
Resistance to chemotherapy is a major problem for those suffering from ovarian cancer—a problem that prevents a cure from a disease dubbed the "silent killer." University of Georgia researchers are giving patients new hope with recent findings that help pinpoint the mechanisms causing chemoresistance.
Uga IX, affectionately known as "Russ," is officially retiring as Georgia's bulldog mascot. The University of Georgia will formally introduce his successor, Uga X-heretofore known as "Que"-at the Georgia-Georgia Southern football game on Saturday, Nov. 21.
At its most basic level, the brain is about the power of two, says Medical College of Georgia neuroscientist Dr. Joe Z. Tsien.