Reins of Life

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by Casey Lemmings This story was made as part of the Woodall Weekend Workshop at the University of Georgia’s Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication in Stephens County, Georgia, in February of 2015.

Mountain Sweet Honey

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by Emily Jenkins This story was made as part of the Woodall Weekend Workshop at the University of Georgia’s Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication in Stephens County, Georgia, in February of 2015.

Around and Active

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by Rachel Eubanks This story was made as part of the Woodall Weekend Workshop at the University of Georgia’s Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication in Stephens County, Georgia, in February of 2015.

A Peek at the Cheeks

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Working Wakefield Farm

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By Kristy Densmore

Getting Well, Locally

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By Cody Schmelter

New Genome Sequencing of 2011 E. Coli Outbreaks in Europe Provides New Clues Into Origins the of Disease

May 7, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

The European E.coli outbreak made headlines last summer as the death toll mounted to 50, as 4,000 suffered bloody diarrhea, and as an unprecedented number of victims suffered kidney failure. This was the largest outbreak of foodborne E.coli illness on record, but it could have been worse.  Investigators used a high-speed DNA sequencing technology to  […]

Your Mother May Outlive You

May 7, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

If American women believe that they are destined to outlive their male counterparts, they may need to think again. Right now, life expectancy in the United States is 81.3 for women and 76.2 for men. But new data released on April 19, shows that men are now outpacing women in lifespan gains. Even more surprising […]

“Fat and happy” illusion as hard to shed as pounds

May 2, 2012 by · 1 Comment 

Billboards and public service announcements urging parents to help their kids eat less and exercise more are nearly inescapable these days, and for the most part they are about as exciting as “buckle up” ads for seatbelts. A notable exception is Strong4Life, a children’s weight-loss campaign that Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta launched in 2011. These […]

February 28, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Elbert Memorial Hospital (EMH) plans to seek affiliation with a larger partner in response to a tight financial situation, the hospital announced in the late January.

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