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As medicine continues to shift toward evidence-based practice, some primary care providers may have a difficult time finding quality evidence to support their clinical decisions, according to a new study from the University of Georgia.
With age, the form and function of our bones and muscles drop off, putting us as increased risk for frailty and falls.
Infectious disease scientists from research institutions including the University of Georgia have reported the discovery and early validation of a drug that shows promise for treating cryptosporidiosis, a diarrheal disease that is a major cause of child mortality and for which there is no vaccine or effective treatment.
MCG, AU Health participate in national trial to determine best therapy for asymptomatic carotid arte
People potentially at risk for stroke are being recruited for a national study to determine whether intense medical management or interventions like surgery or stenting are best at reducing their risk.
The Class of 2017 celebrated their achievements at the fourth annual Community Celebration on the Health Sciences Campus on May 13.
Cervical cancer is often deadly when it recurs and physician scientists want to know if a new therapeutic vaccine can prevent or reduce recurrence in women at high risk for its return.
Dr. David C. Hess, stroke specialist, honored educator, biotech entrepreneur, and longtime leader at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, has been named dean of Georgia’s public medical school and executive vice president for medical affairs and integration for the university.
The tip of our optic nerve is typically the first place injured by glaucoma.
AU/UGA Medical Partnership and St. Mary’s fill all positions in NEGA’s first medical residency progr
For the third year in its three-year history, the Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership Internal Medicine Residency Program at St. Mary's Health Care System has filled all openings for its new class of medical residents.
Resident applicants at the AU/UGA Medical Partnership gathered on Friday, March 17 at noon in George Hall at the UGA Health Sciences Campus for Match Day, an event celebrating the next step in their medical careers.