With a few exceptions, the players in last week’s kickball tournament at Pemberton Place in Atlanta had not played the game since seventh grade.
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This is the official FluView Influenza-Like Illness Activity mobile application created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Brianna and Braden Schnaible were pumped and ready to go. The two “veteran” Safe Kids Savannah Youth Triathlon participants took part in the inaugural event in 2013 and knew a little about what to expect during this unique race.
“Eat your vegetables!”
It’s an age-old phrase that rings throughout many American households during almost every meal.
Montezuma’s revenge, Delhi belly, or travelers’ diarrhea—whatever you call it, it can ruin your international trip. Help prevent travelers’ diarrhea by using CDC’s Can I Eat This? app.
Approximately 160 stakeholders of Georgia SHAPE attended the first Georgia SHAPE Mega Meeting last week in downtown Atlanta.
For many years, the state of Georgia has held some of the nation’s highest rates for HIV and other sexually transmitted disease (STDs) among men who have sex with men (MSM).
The Medical Association of Georgia (MAG) is honoring David Westfall M.D., M.P.H., C.P.E., with the 2014 Physician’s Award for Community Service. The award recognizes physicians for work above and beyond the call of duty to their communities.
Fantasy heroes from the “Guardians of the Galaxy” to the “Avengers” have found that teaming up tends to bring success – but real-life teamwork in Public Health is also successful – and celebrated – thanks to a CISCO Collaboration Hero Award.