Every day, more than 120 people in Georgia are diagnosed with cancer. That is an average of more than 41,000 new cancer cases each year. Cancer is the second leading cause of death in Georgia, taking the lives of an estimated 16,630 people in 2013.
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The State of the Air app from the American Lung Association gives you the ability to see what your lungs are collecting anywhere in the United States.
Summer is officially here and it is not only time to celebrate the Fourth of July, but a real Atlanta tradition…the Peachtree Road Race! Deep down, most Atlantans set a goal to participate at least once in their lifetime in this 6.2 mile event. With
Lindsey Regallis thought making a simple, light dish and a cool beverage to go with it would be perfect for a hot summer day in Savannah.
The Georgia State University School of Public Health has received a four-year grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
The Central Georgia Medical Reserve Corps (CGMRC) conducted its second health screenings and education event June 18th at the Macon VFW Post 9709 as part of their “Operation: Get Healthy” Initiative. The project is made possible by National Associati
Fireworks and the Fourth of July go together like hot dogs and hamburgers at a cookout. But a fun-filled holiday celebration can come to a painful end in a matter of seconds if you don’t use fireworks and sparklers with extreme caution.
Beginning with the 2014-2015 school year, all students born on or after January 1, 2002, and entering or transferring into seventh grade in Georgia, must receive a tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (whooping cough) booster vaccination (Tdap) and an ado
The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH), last week, confirmed the state’s first human case of chikungunya this year. The patient was infected during a recent trip to a Caribbean nation.
Governor Nathan Deal and the Georgia Emergency Management Agency today introduced an upgraded version of the state’s emergency mobile app, Ready Georgia, designed to help Georgians stay safe and informed during emergencies.