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Georgians can sign up to vote before the registration deadline Tuesday. Here's what you need to know about voting in Georgia. [Read More]
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The opposition to Obamacare got a breath of new life last week in a federal courtroom in Texas. [Read More]
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Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria swept through Georgia last year, causing damage, maiming and killing people. [Read More]
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Following years of steep price hikes, two of the four companies on Georgia's Obamacare exchange in Georgia have proposed to lower their rates. [Read More]
E-cigarette makers say their products are designed to help tobacco smokers quit. [Read More]
When Dr. [Read More]
A study found 83 percent of adults replied that nicotine is "definitely harmful" to children. Those who didn't were likely to be smokers. [Read More]
E-cig users had 70 percent lower odds of quitting. [Read More]
E-cigarette makers say their products are designed to help tobacco smokers quit. A new study from Georgia State University raises questions about that claim. In... [Read More]
Summer fun means water. But be careful. [Read More]
A national E. [Read More]
The flu that has hospitalized more than 20,000 Americans and killed nearly 100 children nationwide m... [Read More]
Miguel Jaimes Martinez, a sophomore at Cross Keys High School in DeKalb County, died Sunday. [Read More]
Despite hopes the nation would see the flu epidemic drop off by now, the number of severe cases only continues to increase, U.S. health officials... [Read More]
The DeKalb student, a 15-year-old, died Sunday, the district said. [Read More]
As of Jan. 1, 2018 big changes in health insurance happened for Georgians, largely because of decisions mad in Washington. Here are a handful of... [Read More]
Despite hopes the nation would see the flu epidemic drop off by now, the number of severe cases only continues to increase, U.S. health officials... [Read More]
Georgia healthcare analysts say there's no way to know yet just how the initiative will end up impacting Georgia companies or patients. [Read More]
The administration of President Donald Trump has opened the door to imposing work requirements on Medicaid recipients. And some Georgia leaders are interested. [Read More]
ATLANTA — A list of words shorter than a spelling test has caused a national political stir.There were reports last week that analysts at the... [Read More]
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