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COVID-19 cases decreased drastically at the University of Georgia from last week, dropping by 350 cases, according to the university’s reporting system.
The Red & Black spoke to Paige Cummings, the executive director of Athens Nurses Clinic, to learn how the clinic has been adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic as a health care facility.
Piedmont Athens Regional Medical Center opened one of Georgia’s first infusion centers to treat high-risk patients diagnosed with COVID-19, according to a press release.
A conservative Supreme Court majority with the potential to reverse the ruling made many fearful. But for some, the Biden-Harris win on Nov. 7 came as a bit of relief.
The Roosevelt Institute discusses policy proposals on criminal justice and health care.
People in recovery from substance use disorder have been hit particularly hard by the effects of COVID-19.
The Athens-Clarke County Mayor and Commission unanimously accepted a resolution supporting a program to decrease recidivism at a voting meeting Tuesday.
The U.S. is seeing a growing acceptance of drug treatments, a development that could provide substantial health benefits.
For many students, faculty and members of society, mental health is an important topic that sometimes fails to reach the people who need it th…