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...of otolaryngologyEmployer: Medical College of GeorgiaWork experience: He was previously a professor and vice chairman of the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.
J. Travis Duncan wins third annual Applaud the Artist contest

A design painted by Evans artist J. Travis Duncan is the winner in the third annual Applaud the Artist Cover Design Contest.
Last call for local artists

The deadline to draw your own Applause cover is this Thursday.
Green tea lozenge helps dry mouth

In a randomized control trial of the MighTeaFlow lozenge versus a placebo with just a sugar substitute, the green-tea extract lozenge increased saliva flow.
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...Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents UniversityWork experience: He was the interim executive vice chairman of the department. He is an anesthesiologist, internist and critical care specialist and joined MCG in 2002. He worked for Massachusetts...
Mary Vallotton

AUGUSTA, Ga. - Mary Louise Vaughn Vallotton passed away on Sunday, April 13, 2014 at her home in Augusta. A graveside service for Mrs. Vallotton, wife of J. Maxwell Vallotton, will be conducted at Westover Memorial Park, Wednesday, April 16 at 11:30
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...associate dean for primary care and faculty affairsEmployer: Georgia Regents UniversityWork experience: He is also chairman of the department of Family Medicine and senior associate dean for primary care and community cffairs.Education: Doctor of medicine...
Rocket Club inspires creativity

More than 50 years after T.W. Josey High School students formed a club to experiment with rockets and science at the height of the space race, a new group of curious minds are following in their footsteps.
New heart guidelines allow higher blood pressures

Are you taking medication for high blood pressure? You may not need to anymore according to new guidelines published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Georgia, South Carolina almost fail on emergency care, physicians group says

The American College of Emergency Physicians gave both states a D-plus overall. Georgia was downgraded particularly for the lack of psychiatric care and South Carolina ranked next to last in public health and injury outcomes.