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The best way to help young people with neurodevelopmental disorders like autism and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder get more exercise is to make it fun, according to a small international sampling of adults living with them.
More than 250 people from across the United States and abroad recently gathered in Atlanta for a summit on women's leadership in STEM organized by UGA professor Takoi Hamrita.
Augusta University students will honor individuals who have donated their body to the education of future doctors, dentists, nurses and allied health professionals at the annual Body Donation Memorial Service at 1 p.m., Friday, Nov. 4, in the Natalie and Lansing B. Lee Jr. Auditorium.
The Office of Service-Learning has selected nine faculty members for participation in its yearlong Service-Learning Fellows program, including Medical Partnership associate professor and medical librarian, Julie K. Gaines.
Scientists want to know if even a modest decrease in how much salt you eat means you also have less inflammation and oxidative stress, both key factors for cardiovascular disease and stroke.
The Internal Medicine Residency Program, Northeast Georgia's first medical residency program and a joint effort by the Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership and St. Mary's Health Care System, has been granted continued accreditation, the highest status possible, by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
Prescription sleep aids appear to carry a rare risk of suicide, most typically when they cause the unexpected response of stimulating rather than quietening patients, researchers say.
People with numerous dental fillings and increased exposure to mercury are most at risk.
Buckley appointed chair of WCG Foundation, charity group that supports access and ethics in human re
Dr. Peter F. Buckley, dean of the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, has been appointed chairman of the 10-member Board of Directors of the WCG Foundation.
Funding for a program that has helped triple minority enrollment in STEM fields at the University of Georgia has been renewed for the second time by the National Science Foundation.